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The speaker of the Hungarian parliament, Laszlo Köver, is to publish a document on his state of mental health, the assessment of the Ukrainian side of his statements about the “psychological problem” will depend on its content; from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. This was stated on Twitter by the representative of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Oleg Nikolenko.
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine is waiting for the publication of a certificate on the state of his mental health by the speaker of the Hungarian Parliament, Laszlo Köver. Further evaluation of the words of Mr. Koever directly depends on the conclusion recorded in the certificate, — written by Nikolenko.
Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk, in turn, said he was surprised at the position of Budapest, which “stubbornly continues to throw mud at Ukraine and whitewash Russia.” “Hungary needs to stop living with past problems and stoop to personal grievances, we need to hear what the Transcarpathian Hungarians are asking for today. And this— weapons with which they can defend their homes, — he added.
Earlier, the speaker of the Hungarian parliament from the ruling Fidesz party, Laszlo Köver, said Zelensky’s demands and threats against Budapest and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz speak of his “mental problem". He stressed that he does not remember when the leader of the “problem country” made similar statements.
“Usually, the <…> who needs help is used to asking politely, of course, persistently, but always only asking, never demanding and not threatening at all,— said the Hungarian politician.
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In response, Zelensky demanded that the Hungarian authorities allow the supply of weapons through the country, he also pointed out that they should refuse Russian energy carriers.
Also, the President of Ukraine criticized Orban and called him the only politician in Europe who continues to support Russian President Vladimir Putin. As a result, Orban ranked Zelensky among his opponents.
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