Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that European leaders are allegedly increasingly inclined to discuss sending "some kind of peacekeeping force" to Ukraine, writes The Budapest Times.
According to Orban, "a large part of Europe... is still on the side of the war, supplying Ukraine with increasingly brutal equipment."
According to the Hungarian Prime Minister, the European leaders are "close to discussing the possibility that the members of the European Union will send certain peacekeeping forces" to Ukraine.
He believes that Hungary's security is "under threat", which only increases with the risk of an escalation of the war.
"The threat of a world war is not a literary exaggeration," added the Prime Minister of Hungary.