Budapest, although it blocked EU macro-financial assistance for


, is not actually against financial support for our country, but in a different way.

Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban announced this on Twitter.

At the same time, Orbán actually contradicted himself when he said that there was no Hungarian veto.

"Today, all the news is about Hungary blocking financial aid for Ukraine. It's all a fake. Hungary is ready to provide financial aid to Ukraine, but on a bilateral basis. No vetoes, no blackmail. We want to convince the EU countries that the common European debt is not a solution. If we continue on the path to a community with debt, it will be impossible to turn around. We see the future of Europe differently - based on strong member states, instead of a huge joint debt," Orbán wrote. 

1/3 Today's news was all about Hungary vetoing financial assistance to #Ukraine.

This is fake news.

Hungary is ready to provide financial assistance to Ukraine on a bilateral basis.

No #veto, no blackmailing.

— Orbán Viktor (@PM_ViktorOrban) December 6, 2022

Earlier, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, stated that the Prime Minister of Hungary, 

Viktor Orban

 , was playing a game with the EU.

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