Zelensky and Orban – what the leaders of the countries talked about on June 21

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke by phone with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. He announced the results of the “fruitful conversation” on his page on twitter.

“Thanked for supporting the sovereignty of Ukraine and for the shelter for Ukrainians during the war. We agreed to develop cooperation in the energy sector. Thank you for supporting candidate status. He invited me to visit Ukraine,” Zelensky said.

Read also: Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban “leads the EU by the nose” – Vice President of the European Parliament

This is important because Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is known for his pro-Russian views. Until recently, he did not call the events in Ukraine a war, and after the Buchanskaya carved, according to media reports, even demanded that President Volodymyr Zelensky provide evidence that the massacres are not staged.

Read the truth about the war in an interview Inna Vedernikova with military analyst Agil Rustamzadeh for ZN.UA.

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