Orbán in Kiev: “Speed ​​up the process for the truce”. Zelensky: “We need a just peace”


By John

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban called for a swift ceasefire in Ukraine to facilitate peace talks after meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in the war-torn country. “I asked the president to consider whether… a quick ceasefire could speed up the peace talks,” the Hungarian leader said at a news conference alongside Zelensky, adding that the ceasefire he envisioned would be temporary.

It is important for Europe to maintain military support for Ukraine as the army struggles to contain attacks launched by Russia, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said during a press briefing attended by the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán. “It is very important for all of us in Europe that Europe’s support for Ukraine remains at a sufficient level, including in terms of our defense against Russian terror. Ukraine needs a just peace. We appreciate that the visit is taking place immediately after the start of the Hungarian presidency of the European Union,” the Ukrainian leader said at a press conference, arguing that “this is a clear indication of our common European priorities, of how important it is to bring a just peace to Ukraine,” Zelensky said.