Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has seemingly shot down claims from NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg that “all members” agreed on the admission of Ukraine into the Western military alliance.
Taking to his Twitter account on Friday, populist Prime Minister Viktor Orbán posted a short but potentially geopolitically significant message, simply writing: “What?!”
The post from Orbán was in reference to a news article citing comments from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg that the 31 member states were in agreement on allowing Ukraine to join the American-led military alliance.
“I said in Kyiv yesterday that Ukraine’s future is in the Euro-Atlantic family, and all NATO allies have agreed that Ukraine will become a NATO member,” Stoltenberg said on Friday at the Rammstein airbase in Germany.This was apparently news to the leader of Hungary, which as one of the member states of the alliance — having joined […]
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