Polish President Andrzej Duda has warned that Hungary will regret the position of its prime minister, Viktor Orban, who opposes anti-Russian sanctions amid Russia’s full-scale aggression against Ukraine.
On TVN24, Duda noted that Orban “is in a difficult situation.”
Comment: President of Poland Andrzej Duda:
“Currently, in the face of Russian aggression in Ukraine, the deaths of thousands of people in Ukraine, civilians, the bombing of housing estates, the destruction of houses by the Russian army, violations of international law, it is difficult for me to understand this attitude.”
The Polish leader stressed that such a policy would be very costly for Budapest and reminded of Hungary’s significant dependence on Russia.
He also adds that the nuclear power plant that produces energy for Hungary is a Russian power plant, which indicates Hungary’s dependence on Russia.
Source: New Voice