NATO Nation Supporting Putin? Hungary's Orban Openly Slams Biden's 'Hopeless' War Strategy

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Published on June 22, 2024 - Duration: 03:08s

NATO Nation Supporting Putin? Hungary's Orban Openly Slams Biden's 'Hopeless' War Strategy

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has stirred controversy by criticizing US President Biden's strategy towards Russia amid the Ukraine conflict.

Orban denounced the approach as "hopeless," sparking debates within NATO about solidarity and strategy in the region.

His remarks highlight Hungary's stance on avoiding direct involvement in the conflict, despite pressures from Western allies.

The statement comes amidst heightened tensions and geopolitical maneuvers, reshaping alliances and diplomatic equations in Europe.

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