Balaj Orbán, advisor to the Prime Minister of Hungary, revealed that his country was exposed to a direct threat from members of the European Union because it refused to approve financial aid to Ukraine.

Balaj said in an interview with the Express website: “When the heads of state and government of the European Union spoke with Prime Minister Viktor Orban on the phone, they explicitly told him about this threat.”

The Financial Times recently reported that a document had been leaked indicating that the European Union was blackmailing Hungary.

It is known that, in a meeting in Brussels regarding Ukraine, held from January 14 to 15, Hungary prevented the allocation of 50 billion euros to the Kiev regime.

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