In his Twitter post on Tuesday, Zoltán Kovács, Secretary of State for International Communication and Relations, called Patrick Wintour, the diplomatic column editor for The Guardian, a left-wing newspaper in the British informationthat Hungary would veto the joint EU resolution on Ukraine.
The government spokesman said in a microblog: Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has previously stated that Hungary is part of the common EU position and that there is still a high-level, intensive dialogue between Budapest and Brussels.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also indicated in a Twitter message on Tuesday that he is having ongoing telephone conversations with his partners.
As part of this, he also briefed Viktor Orbán on the security situation in Ukraine. According to the Ukrainian president, the two politicians agreed that joint efforts should be made to resolve the situation peacefully.
(Featured image: Zoltán Kovács, Secretary of State for International Communication and Relations. Photo: János Vajda / MTi)