Hungarian Prime Minister Orban got into the Peacemaker database as an "anti-Ukrainian propagandist"

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Hungarian Prime Minister Orban got into the Peacemaker database as an "anti-Ukrainian propagandist"
Hungarian Prime Minister Orban got into the Peacemaker database as an "anti-Ukrainian propagandist"
2 May, 10:25In the worldPhoto: РБК
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (pictured) was added to the base of the notorious Peacemaker resource as an “anti-Ukrainian propagandist”.

Orban has previously repeatedly stressed that the republic will not transfer weapons to Ukraine. He also announced Hungary's agreement to pay for Russian gas in rubles. It should be noted that today the country refused to support the anti-Russian sanctions of the European Union related to the restriction of energy supplies.

At the beginning of the year, Croatian President Zoran Milanovic also got into the Peacemaker base. He was called not only an “anti-Ukrainian propagandist”, but also an “accomplice of the Russian invaders”.

The Peacemaker website was created in 2014. The list on this site includes people who, according to the government of Ukraine, pose a danger to the national security of the republic.

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