Hungary’s Orban ready for talks with Ukraine on lifting veto on EU military aid
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban says he is ready to negotiate with Ukraine on lifting the veto on EU military aid in the amount of EUR 500 million
European Pravda reported the information.
He says he would like a Ukrainian delegation to come to Budapest before the EU decides on the next tranche from the European Peace Facility.
"We are waiting for the Ukrainian delegation to arrive in Budapest to negotiate on this. We are open and ready to negotiate," Orban said.
On Monday, October 23, Hungary once again halted the transfer of EUR 500 million in military aid from the EU to Ukraine due to an earlier dispute involving the blocking of a Hungarian bank.