General Wants to Exclude Hungary From NATO: 'Orban Openly Supports the Terrorist Putin'

Written by Henrik Rothen

Jan.07 - 2024 12:46 PM CET

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General Wants to Exclude Hungary From NATO.

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Former Chief of "JW GROM" General Roman Polko, in a conversation with Polish Wprost, has recently discussed the ongoing war in Ukraine, nearing its two-year mark. He believes that Vladimir Putin seeks a ceasefire in the conflict, not for peace, but to rebuild Russia's military potential.

Polko suggests that Putin's ultimate goal isn't just Ukraine but a new geopolitical order and the subjugation of Central and Eastern Europe.

Criticizes Orban

Polko criticizes the support that Viktor Orban, Hungary's Prime Minister, is providing to Putin, stating,

"I wouldn't mind excluding Hungary from NATO, as Orban openly supports terrorist Putin." This strong statement reflects Polko's view on the European Union's disunity and Orban's role in hindering aid to Ukraine, which he describes as scandalous.

Highlighting the challenges Ukraine faces, Polko points out that the Ukrainian offensive has not progressed as expected due to a lack of adequate military equipment and internal problems. He emphasizes that Europe and the United States have fulfilled only about 50% of their promises to aid Ukraine.

Gen. Polko advocates for more military support for Ukraine, emphasizing the need for new equipment and noting that this conflict is not just Ukraine's war but a broader struggle that implicates global interests. He criticizes the West's actions as overly propagandistic and insufficiently substantive.

Reflecting on Putin's strategy, Polko asserts that the Russian leader had built a "fifth column" before the war, establishing contacts and corrupting some politicians. While this hasn't paid off as Putin had hoped, Polko believes much work remains to address these issues.

Do you think Hungary should be expelled from NATO due to their leader Viktor Orban's actions? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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