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Trump will not give Ukraine money if elected, says Hungarian Orban. If so, the EU will explode



Former U.S. leader Donald Trump will not help Ukraine financially if he is elected, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said after meeting with him in Florida. Nationalist Prime Minister Orban, who supports his longtime ally’s bid for the White House, met with Donald Trump in Florida on Friday. The news was reported by Le Figaro.

“He has a very clear vision, with which it is difficult to disagree. He says this: First of all, he will not give a penny to the war between Ukraine and Russia, and, as a result, the war will end,” Viktor Orban said on public television late Sunday evening.

“It is obvious that Ukraine cannot stand on its own.” “If the Americans don’t give money and weapons and the Europeans don’t give money and weapons, this war will end. And if the Americans don’t give money, the Europeans are not able to finance this war on their own, and then the war will be over,” he said. The billionaire has “quite detailed plans on how” to bring peace, according to Viktor Orban, who declined to reveal more.

Orban has refused to send arms to Kiev and has maintained close economic ties with Moscow since Russian forces invaded Ukraine in 2022. He last met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in China in October, and despite EU efforts to isolate Moscow, it was a fairly cordial meeting

A huge headache for Brussels, France, and Germany.

Given that the odds of Trump’s victory are, as it stands, quite large, this talk, if true, comes to be quite a problem for France, which has taken a diametrically opposed position to Macron’s, but also for Brussels and its wordy militarism, as well as for NATO. Despite what Trump says in pure theory, Europe could replace the US, but certainly not the current one, the mix of austerity and bureaucracy created by the Commission.

A solitary commitment in support of Kiev would only lead to the implosion of the EU well into 2025, including the explosion of parties favorable to the agreement with Russia or less hostile to a negotiation. The buck would remain with the various Macrons and Scholz.

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