Euronews: ‘Budapest is teaching Finland and Sweden a lesson’: Hungary becomes increasingly isolated in NATO
Hungary is becoming increasingly isolated within the NATO military alliance. Even before the war in Ukraine, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán went against the grain compared to other European Union countries.
But he has since lost his most important patron: Poland. In a speech in February, in which he referenced World War II, Orbán admitted that he had run out of allies: “The other countries thought that if the Germans could not resist so much external pressure, they wouldn’t be able to either”.
“So, they moved from the peace camp to the war camp. That leaves just us two: Hungary and the Vatican,” he added.
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