Europe News Desk!!! Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has called for peace in the Russia-Ukraine conflict and warned of escalation. Delivering his annual State of the Nation address, Orban said the conflict could last for years, and that everyone in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union (EU) is in favor of war except Hungary. In his speech, Orban pointed out that the EU is already indirectly embroiled in a war with Russia, Xinhua news agency reported. The Hungarian PM promised that even if the situation worsened, Hungary would stick to its position and continue to maintain economic ties with Russia. According to Orban, Hungary’s situation is an exception within Europe, but in fact quite common in the rest of the world. Is. He said the European population would get tired of paying the price for the sanctions. Then the new governments will find the Hungarian policy appropriate. Because of the war and high inflation, Orban called 2022 the most difficult year for Hungary since 1990. He said that inflation in the country will be back in single digits. We will stay out of war, Hungary will remain an island of peace and security, and we will also end inflation, it is the government’s job, it will make no mistake, he said.
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