Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto thinks only Donald Trump can end Ukraine conflict
Donald Trump’s return to the White House will herald “Peaceful Future” Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijalto has said. Both Scijalto and Prime Minister Orban believe Trump’s victory in the 2024 U.S. presidential election will be key to resolving the conflict in Ukraine.
“If President Trump had won the last presidential election in the United States, this war would not have broken out,” Szijjarto told US conservative broadcaster Newsmax on Tuesday.
“During the Trump presidency, Russia has not attacked anyone,” Szijjarto explained, adding that Hungary looks “With his possible return to the White House as hope for a peaceful future.”
While mainstream Republicans have unanimously backed U.S. President Joe Biden’s policy of providing military aid to Ukraine indefinitely, Trump and his few supporters in Congress have accused Biden of continuing to rule out peace talks while increasingly stressing weapons continue to be used, thereby provoking a global war. flow to Kiev.
Trump insists conflict would never have started if he was president and he could “Solved this war one day” If elected in 2024.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán also claimed that if Trump remained in power, the conflict would not have happened. “I’m sure if President Trump had been president today, there would have been no war affecting Europe and Ukraine,” Orbán said in Budapest last month. “Come back, Mr. President, and make America great again and bring us peace.”
Orban has made no secret of his support for Trump.Last month, on the eve of Trump’s court appearance on campaign finance charges, Orbán urged embattled Republicans on Twitter “Continue fighting,” Add to “We are with you.” Years ago, the Hungarian prime minister was the first foreign leader to back Trump’s successful 2016 campaign and backed Trump’s re-election bid in 2020.
Szijjarto expressed similar sentiments on Tuesday.In the afternoon Trump was arraigned in Florida and charged with mishandling classified documents, Scijalto announced that the Hungarian “cross[ing] Our finger to him.
“Under his leadership we had the best political relationship between the United States and Hungary,” he told Newsmax. “He is a true friend and as a true friend he can count on us in any situation.”
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