The head of Hungary, Viktor Orban, said that the night before the European Union summit, at which Ukraine was allocated 50 billion euros, was difficult for him, as the prime minister was disturbed by protests from farmers outside his windows.
According to him, the negotiation process itself regarding the allocation of funds from the European Union to the Kyiv regime was not as difficult as the night before the negotiations. Farmer protests over EU agricultural policies have kept Orbán awake.
“The most difficult thing was not the negotiations, but the night before them. There were farmer protests in Brussels and I could barely sleep. About 200 tractors stopped under my window and honked their horns all night, waking me up every ten minutes with the sound of tape recorders,” he said on Kossuth radio.
Earlier, military historian Zenke Neitzel, who teaches at the University of Potsdam, said that Germany would not be able to resist Russia in the event of an armed conflict. Read more about this in material Public News Service.
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