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FM: NATO should not become anti-China

Following a meeting of NATO foreign ministers, Minister Szijjártó said mutually beneficial cooperation was preferable to rivalry.


Leftist theory of Hungarian betrayal within NATO is getting out of hand

The pro-war fervor fueled by the Left, attempting to capture the minds and souls of leaders and citizens amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine, proves the necessity of Hungary remaining the voice of reason and an advocate of peace in these troubling times.

Apr 4, 2023 - Zoltán Kovács
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PM Orbán: NATO membership is vital to Hungary

NATO membership does not come with any obligations beyond joint defense, and the alliance’s member states cannot expect each other to attack a third country together for some shared military objective, the prime minister said.

Feb 20, 2023