Toward End of Zelensky’s War Games: EU Nations Russia’s friends Block Military Aids for Ukraine. Orban: “Kiev will not Defeat Moscow”

Toward End of Zelensky’s War Games: EU Nations Russia’s friends Block Military Aids for Ukraine. Orban: “Kiev will not Defeat Moscow”

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Three very important issues are challenging the European Union’s strategies for supporting Ukraine in the war with Russia, NATO expansion and Russophobic policies.

Slovakia’s new prime minster, Robert Fico, has pledged to end military support for Ukraine in its conflict with Russia and he would reject any proposals for further anti-Russia sanctions proposed by the Baltic countries unless there is a detailed analysis of the harm such restrictions could have.

Hungary has blocked a €50 billion ($52.8 billion) EU aid package for Ukraine because “it is obvious” that Kiev will not defeat Moscow, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday. Orban has repeatedly called for a ceasefire and peace talks in Ukraine.

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The same nation delays vote on NATO expansion. The Hungarian parliament will not vote on Sweden’s request to join NATO this week, according to a senior opposition lawmaker. The issue will not be considered again until next month, following a series of delays on the decision.

Meanwhile the Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis could be prosecuted over calls for regime change in Moscow.


Hungary’s leader opposes €50 billion Ukraine aid because “Kiev will not Defeat Moscow”

Hungary has blocked a €50 billion ($52.8 billion) EU aid package for Ukraine because “it is obvious” that Kiev will not defeat Moscow, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday. Orban has repeatedly called for a ceasefire and peace talks in Ukraine.

Speaking on the sidelines of a summit in Brussels, Orban told Hungary’s Kossuth Radio that the multibillion euro proposal “had not been worked out properly, and was not suitable to be a basis for serious negotiations, so we rejected it.”

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Brussels’ entire strategy of pumping military and economic aid into Kiev while sanctioning the Russian economy has failed to swing the conflict in Ukraine’s favor, he continued.

“Today, everybody knows but they do not dare to say it out loud, that this strategy has failed. It is obvious that this will not work … the Ukrainians will not win on the frontline,” he said.

The draft plan, known as the Ukraine Facility, would see Kiev receive €33 billion in low-interest loans and €17 billion in non-repayable grants as part of a wider package that would also allocate €15 billion to handle migration-related issues  As the plan involves modifying the EU’s budget, it must be approved by all 27 member states. Slovakia has also vetoed the draft, with Prime Minister Robert Fico citing concerns over corruption in Ukraine.

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As well as blocking the €50 billion loans and grants package, Hungary has maintained a veto on a €500 million top-up to the European Peace Facility (EPF), a €5.6 billion ($6.08 billion) fund that the bloc uses to finance foreign militaries and reimburse its own members who send arms to foreign conflicts.

The EU has given Ukraine a total of €83 billion in military, economic, and humanitarian aid since February 2022, the European Commission said earlier this week.

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Slovakia’s new PM: “No more military aid for Ukraine”

Slovakia’s new prime minster, Robert Fico, has pledged to end military support for Ukraine in its conflict with Russia, and to push for an immediate cessation of hostilities. He also vowed not to back further sanctions on Moscow if they end up harming his country.

Speaking at a meeting of the parliamentary committee for European affairs on Thursday, Fico stated that “as prime minister, I will support zero military aid to Ukraine,” explaining that the position of his government is that “the immediate cessation of military operations is the best solution we have for Ukraine.”

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Fico urged the EU to transform itself from “an arms supplier to a peacemaker,” insisting that Ukraine and Russia would be better off negotiating peace for the next ten years rather than killing each other’s citizens without any results.

He also pointed out that the possibility of Russia withdrawing from its newly incorporated territories, i.e. the Crimean peninsula, the Donbass republics and the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, was unrealistic – and that it was naive to expect to corner a nuclear state using conventional weapons.

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Slovakia’s Robert Fico has also vowed not to support any anti-Russia sanctions without analyzing their impact

The new premier also stated that during his upcoming two-day visit to Brussels to take part in an EU summit focused on the Ukraine conflict, he would reject any proposals for further anti-Russia sanctions proposed by the Baltic countries unless there is a detailed analysis of the harm such restrictions could have on Slovakia. “If the sanctions are to be such that they will harm us, then I see no reason to support them,” he said.

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Fico, who took office on Wednesday, also reiterated his position that the conflict in Ukraine was ultimately caused by the attacks of “Ukrainian fascists on the civilian population of Russian nationality.”

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Since Russia launched its military operation in Ukraine in February 2022, Slovakia had been one of Ukraine’s staunchest supporters, sending military supplies and promoting anti-Russia sanctions.

However, the country officially halted any military aid to Ukraine earlier this month after Fico’s Slovak Social Democracy (SMER-SD) party secured victory in Slovakia’ parliamentary elections in September.

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His party has vowed not to send “a single round [of ammunition] for Ukraine”and has opposed the continued escalation of tensions in relations with Russia.

“Slovakia and the people of Slovakia have bigger problems than Ukraine,”Fico announced after his party’s victory, adding that Bratislava would only consider offering Ukraine humanitarian aid.

Originally published by Russia Today

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Hungary delays vote on NATO expansion

The Hungarian parliament will not vote on Sweden’s request to join NATO this week, according to a senior opposition lawmaker. The issue will not be considered again until next month, following a series of delays on the decision.

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Agnes Vadai, who serves as vice president of the opposition Democratic Coalition party, took to Facebook on Tuesday to slam fellow lawmakers for putting off the vote, accusing the ruling coalition of ignoring the “security of the homeland.”

Hungary and Türkiye are the only members of the US-led military alliance that have yet to approve Stockholm’s membership bid. However, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed an accession protocol earlier this week, sending it off for ratification by lawmakers. Should they vote yes, the final decision would fall to Budapest.

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In its quest to secure Türkiye’s approval, Sweden has amended its counterterrorism laws, resumed arms exports to Ankara, and even banned support for the Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK) and other groups labeled terrorists by Türkiye.

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Hungarian lawmakers first floated the vote on Swedish membership last year, but the measure has been stalled repeatedly amid opposition by the ruling Fidesz party. A ratification vote was scheduled in July, but failed due to a Fidesz boycott, which left parliament with insufficient votes to pass the measure.

On Wednesday, an aide to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the administration seeks “normal, good relations with Sweden,” but suggested some of Budapest’s conditions had not been met. “If we achieve [good relations], there will be no obstacles for its accession,” the official added, though did not elaborate.

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Sweden and Finland both applied to join NATO in May 2022, abandoning decades of neutrality after Russia began its military operation in Ukraine. Finland received Türkiye’s approval earlier this year following similar legal and political concessions to those demanded of Sweden, and officially joined NATO in April. Hungary, meanwhile, ratified Finland’s bid in March, but postponed the Swedish request.

Originally published by Russia Today

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Russia threatens NATO state’s FM with criminal charges

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis could be prosecuted over calls for regime change in Moscow, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday.

According to Zakharova, in a recent meeting with fugitive Russian tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Landsbergis openly called for “a violent change of government” in Russia.

During the NATO summit on 11 July, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Gabrielius Landsbergis met with the German Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock

The Lithuanian foreign minister claimed “no one in Europe and the world” was safe from the “Kremlin regime,” and therefore Vilnius wanted to see “active opposition to [Russian President] Vladimir Putin not only abroad, but also in Russia itself,” which would “seek changes to the Russian political system,”according to Baltic media that quoted Landsbergis.

“This is unacceptable behavior for the head of a foreign ministry, although we understand perfectly well that [Landsbergis and others like him] have long stepped over the line and gone completely beyond any legal framework,” Zakharova told reporters at the daily press briefing.

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She noted that this was not the first time Landsbergis has voiced “extremist ideas,” for which Russia has already sanctioned him, and that he should know he faces criminal liability for such statements “in accordance with Russian legislation, and also with international practice.”

Lithuania and the neighboring Baltic states have been among the most vocal allies of Ukraine within the EU and NATO, leading the pack in calling for “regime change” in Moscow as the ultimate objective of the proxy conflict.

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Earlier this week, Lithuanian MEP Andrius Kubilius presented a draft report to the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs, calling for the bloc to pursue a “change of power in Russia.” According to Kubilius, the EU should work with “democratic forces” in and outside Russia to topple the current leadership and establish a “transitional government,” and the bloc should help Russian activists working to that effect by issuing them “democracy passports”so they could get around Western sanctions.

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Officially, the US and its allies have denied that their financial and military support for Ukraine is driven by the desire to see a pro-Western regime installed in Moscow. US President Joe Biden articulated precisely that as his objective in March 2022, however. When his aides tried to walk those remarks back, Biden insisted that he meant what he said.

In October 2022, former US ambassador to the UN John Bolton cited Biden’s words to argue that the US should definitely work towards a coup in Moscow, insisting that it “must involve far more than simply replacing Putin” and that “the whole regime must go.”

Originally published by Russia Today

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