The Hungarian prime minister is trying to drag his European country into the “Russian world”
Viktor Orban, during a gala dinner in honor of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, said that in the west his country borders on German speakers, and in the east – on Russians.
"I also told the president Aliyev that in Hungary he can have an imperfect friend. He said that this is very interesting, but there is something more important here: that countries understand each other only when they have similar strategic and geostrategic positions,” Orban said.
“And there is no need to be a nuclear physicist to see it at once: Azerbaijan borders Iran in the south and Russia in the north; German speakers live to the west of Hungary, and Russians live to the east. Therefore, we know the situation and know how difficult it is to manage the life of the nation well under such circumstances,” he said. inhabiting” her Russians.
Prepared by: Nina Petrovich