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Budapest warns ‘we are inches away from destruction’ – London Business News |



The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said that Europe is now in the intermediate stage of preparing for war.

Orban told Kossuth Radio that Europe is being drawn into the war in Ukraine and that they are preparing for war with Russia.

Orban said there is continuous signs that NATO and the EU is readying for conflict and that “going to war does not happen in one step.”

He said, “There are three stages: discussion, preparation and destruction.

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“Now we are finishing the discussion and we are in the preparation stage. We are inches away from destruction.”

He believes that over the past week there has been two developments that Europe is “approaching war.”

Orban said there “were talks between France and Ukraine about allowing French military instructors to go to Ukraine” to train Ukrainian troops.

The Hungarian Prime Minister said that should “the French go for this, it will be a new level” of EU and NATO involvement.

He then said that the use of Western weapons to strike targets deep inside Russia are being talked up.

Orban said, “More and more people are saying that the weapons supplied by the West should be used not only for defense, but also for attack.”

Without NATO, Ukraine would not be able to shell Russian territory, but it can, and thus we are taking another step in the process of involvement in the war,” Orban stressed.

Ukraine thinks it can defeat Russia, and Western countries feel safer than the frontline countries of Central and Eastern Europe,” Orban added.

“This is the main reason why they behave differently from us. They want to defeat Russia, they want to achieve military success at any cost.”

Orban has said that Hungary will not be drawn into conflict, he added, “This is not our war, and Hungarians should not suffer because of it.

NATO is a strong defensive alliance created to protect its member states, not to intervene in another war.

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