International
13:00 6 July 2024
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Viktor Orban Visits Moscow on So-Called Peace Mission

Viktor Orban Visits Moscow on So-Called Peace Mission
Source: Wikimedia Commons

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has arrived in Moscow on a peace mission, aiming to facilitate dialogue amidst the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Orban's visit underscores Hungary's unique position within the European Union, often advocating for a more conciliatory approach towards Russia.

Orban's agenda includes meetings with high-ranking Russian officials, where he is expected to discuss potential pathways to de-escalation and explore diplomatic solutions. This mission aligns with Orban's consistent stance on fostering stronger ties with Russia, despite the broader EU's more critical perspective on Russian actions, particularly following the annexation of Crimea and the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine.

The Hungarian leader's trip has raised eyebrows within the EU, with some member states expressing concern over Hungary's independent approach to foreign policy. Critics argue that Orban's actions could undermine the EU's unified stance on sanctions and diplomatic pressure against Russia.

Supporters, however, believe that Orban's initiative could pave the way for new diplomatic channels and potentially contribute to peace efforts in the region. As tensions remain high, Orban's mission is seen as a significant, albeit controversial, effort to bridge gaps and promote dialogue.

(EURACTIV.pl)

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