Zelensky Says Hungarian Ruler Cannot “End This War”


Ukrainian ruler Volodymyr Zelensky says that Hungarian ruler Viktor Orban cannot “end this war” with Russia. Orban visited Kiev last week and proposed a ceasefire agreement that Zelensky rejected.

He has since gone to Moscow and Beijing, ahead of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit in Washington.  According to tyrant Zelensky, Orban doesn’t have the clout required to negotiate an end to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The Ukrainian leader said he would rather see the United States, the European Union, or China in that role.

“As for whether he can be a mediator, there is no mediating between Russia and Ukraine,” Zelensky said on Monday, during a joint press conference with Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk in Warsaw, according to a report by RT.   “Only serious, strong alliances can act as go-betweens,” Zelensky added.

According to Zelensky, the conflict won’t end through mediation, but when a power with a strong economy and a strong military can pressure Russia into giving up. “Are there many such countries in the world? A few. I think the US is one. I think China, and the EU,” Zelensky said. “Not just one country, but the entire European Union.”

Tusk, who hosted Zelensky on Monday to sign a security pact, joined the criticism of Orban’s shuttle diplomacy. “No one has the right to decide on the shape of a future peace on behalf of Ukraine, without Ukraine,” Tusk told reporters. “No one has the right to act on behalf of Poland, or the entire EU, without full agreement with Ukraine and all of us, when it comes to potential talks with Moscow.”

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Orban also recently said that the West is  actively pushing its agenda of “war.”

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On Monday, Orban spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping, who praised his efforts to resolve the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The positions of Beijing and Budapest overlap to a great degree when it comes to the issue of Ukraine, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said after the meeting.

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