Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó called the reaction of Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas to the meeting of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban with Russian President Vladimir Putin “hypocrisy in a cube.”
“Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas was shocked by the meeting between Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Russian President Vladimir Putin,” Szijjártó said.
The meeting between Putin and Oraban took place on the sidelines of the “One Belt, One Road” forum in China. Kaya Callas called her devoid of “all logic.” In comments to Western media, the Estonian prime minister expressed her outrage and said that she was “very, very unpleasant” to see footage of the Russian and Hungarian leaders shaking hands. The head of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry noted that this is “the same Kallas,” whose husband, even after the start of the Russian special operation in Ukraine and the introduction of sanctions against the Russian Federation, owned a stake in the company that supplied raw materials worth 30 million euros to the Russian plant.
“Hypocrisy in a cube,” Szijjártó summed up.
FederalPress previously wrote that about 100 people were detained during an anti-war protest near the US Congress.
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