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Hungary vetoed the Council of Europe resolution on Ukraine's "peace formula" because it did not take into account the "other warring party" 05/17/2024 15:25:05. Total views 581. Views today — 5.

Hungary vetoed the Council of Europe resolution on peace in Ukraine, explaining that it allegedly did not consider russia's position. RBC-Ukraine reported this on May 17, citing a statement from Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó.

He stated that after russians were excluded from the Council of Europe, the possibility of achieving peace within this platform was lost.

"Instead of fantasizing about nuclear war, we finally need real peace negotiations. Real peace talks can only take place when all warring parties are at the table", - Szijjártó said.