Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has claimed the European Union’s strategy over the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict had “failed”, and that the bloc “must create” the “plan B”.
In his press comments this week, the official said Brussels' strategy to send money and military aid to Ukraine to help fight against Russia had failed, “but no one dares to say it out loud”.
"Today, everyone knows, but they don't dare to say out loud that this strategy has failed. It's obvious that it won't work, Ukrainians won't win at the front," the PM said, adding there was a need for a plan "B" and accounting for the corresponding costs.
"Once we know how much it costs, we can share the burden with each other," he added.