Hungary, unlike most NATO countries, has refused to sever ties with Russia and has accused the EU of prolonging the conflict.
In February 2023, Hungary’s populist leader Viktor Orban, cast the war as a battle “between two Slavic countries that are fighting against one another”.
“This is their war, not ours,” he said.
The NATO stance, of which Hungary is a member, is to assist other similar countries to defend themselves, so that an aggressor realises that the statement “This is their war, not ours,” does not apply.
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