On Friday, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban declared that if Ukraine joined NATO, a new world war would immediately break out.
“If Ukraine had joined NATO, that would have meant a world war immediately,” he said in a radio interview.
Orban added that the plan to include Ukraine in the military alliance should have been prevented and cancelled at the NATO summit, which took place last Tuesday and Wednesday, in the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius.
According to Orban, the West wants the Russian-Ukrainian war to continue for a long time.
“So the Hungarian government must be prepared for the fact that war and sanctions will not go away soon,” he added.
Orban criticized the unusual communication style of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
He addressed Zelensky by saying, “If you are in trouble and you want help, act appropriately”.
He added that British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace criticized the Ukrainian president after the NATO summit for his “lack of gratitude”.
On Wednesday, Ben Wallace said the UK isn’t an “Amazon store” for the weapons Ukraine needed.
This came in response to a question about whether the allies failed to give Zelensky a time frame for NATO membership during the Vilnius summit, “which would undermine the morale of the Ukrainian forces on the front line”.