Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó reported from Brussels about the meeting of the Council of Foreign Affairs.
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Szijjártó already in the morning he predicted on his social media pagethat a serious debate and a lot of pressure await his delegation in Brussels on Monday. The agenda of the Council of Foreign Affairs also includes a proposal to reimburse the costs of sanctions and weapons delivered to Ukraine, writes the Index.
Szijjártó also lived later. His Facebook video revealed that the mood among European ministers is still belligerent, and his colleagues “continue to believe in a military solution to the conflict”.
As a neighboring country, as representatives of a nation whose members die in this war, we do not believe in this. There can only be a negotiated, diplomatic solution to this war. We think that those who believe in a military solution are actually creating the risk that more people will die in this war
– fauthorized Szijjártórenouncing the Fidesz creed that blurs the responsibilities of the warring parties and flatters Russia.
According to Péter Szijjártó, there is still a lot of pressure on us from two aspects:
· on the one hand, in order to contribute to the spending of half a billion euros from the European Peace Framework for those who deliver weapons to Ukraine, receive the amount or at least a part of these weapons,
· and there is also a lot of pressure to agree to the introduction of the 11th sanctions package.
Péter Szijjártó reminded that Hungary is not willing to agree to pay the countries supplying weapons to Ukraine from the European Peace Framework until Ukraine removes the OTP from the list of international sponsors of the war.
He also presented the Fidesz framing of reality about the sanctions, according to which we should learn from their effects so far, which, according to him, are more harmful to Europe than to Russia, which is targeting sanctions.
Szijjártó also spoke about the situation of the Transcarpathian Hungarians. According to him, the Ukrainians claim that they gave discounts to the Hungarians, and according to Ukrainian claims, the Venice Commission has already approved the controversial education law. Szijjártó claims that the committee has not yet formed an opinion on the law, perhaps we will see a development in this regard in the summer.
Ukrainian propaganda is working in the matter of the minority law, which is not surprising to me because I have been discussing minority issues with Ukrainian ministers for almost nine years and I have always heard this. On the first of September, reality will kick the door on everyone
Péter Szijjártó finally yelled a line. Our Minister of Foreign Affairs insisted that, according to the minority law, it will not be legally possible for Ukrainian schools teaching in the Hungarian language to operate. (While the Ukrainian leadership, from Poland to Romania to Hungary, promised a solution to the matter to all concerned EU member negotiators, even before the Russian aggression – ed.)
Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.
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