Peskov commented on Orban’s words about Hungary’s reluctance to border with the Russian Federation

Peskov: Russia does not pose a threat to countries that do not threaten it

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Russia does not pose a threat to states that are not hostile to it and are not trying to become “anti-Russia,” Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said on February 28, commenting on Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s words that Hungary does not want to border with Russia.

“Russia does not pose a danger, contrary to what is now being repeated with enviable consistency in the European Union, for any states that are not hostile to Russia, that are not trying to become anti-Russia.”Peskov said.

The Kremlin representative noted that Moscow does not agree with Orban on everything. Peskov called the Hungarian Prime Minister’s fears groundless.

Earlier, Orban said that Hungary would not like to have a common border with Russia. According to him, for security between Hungary and Russia there must be “some kind of entity.”

Source: Ren TV

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