Szijjarto: Sending Western troops to Ukraine threatens conflict between NATO and Russia

Sending troops of Western states to the territory of Ukraine will cause conflict between NATO And Russian Federation, which could be the start of a new world war. The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations of Hungary, Peter Szijjártó, shared a corresponding opinion. He spoke about this within the framework of the Kossuth radio station program.

He also expressed the opinion that some Western politicians are “abusing the fifth article of the North Atlantic Treaty” by talking about the possibility of sending troops of their states to the territory of Ukraine. Let us clarify that this paragraph of the document implies the collective defense of alliance members subject to an attack on one of them.

“In the event of sending ground troops, it would be impossible to avoid confrontation between the NATO state sending its troops and Russia, and from that moment on, reference to the fifth article would pose a real threat of the outbreak of a world war,” journalists quote the head of Hungarian diplomacy.

Szijjártó drew attention to the fact that NATO is a defensive alliance, and especially emphasized that the decision of one of its members to enter into a military conflict “based on a decision made without taking into account common sense” would be completely unacceptable.

According to the head of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry, Russia does not really pose a threat to NATO as a whole or to its individual members. He expressed the belief that it would be illogical for Moscow to attack a state that is part of the world’s strongest defense alliance.

Previously Public News Service reportedthat, according to Szijjártó, European Union leaders are making the conflict in Ukraine a personal matter. The reason for this is war psychosis.

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