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SZIJJÁRTÓ: BRUSSELS POSITION ON UKRAINE WAR 'NOT SHARED BY MOST COUNTRIES'

 

“Once one leaves the European bubble” it will immediately become clear that “the position promoted by Brussels on the (Ukraine) war is not at all shared by most countries in the world”, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said on Facebook.
On the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly session now underway, Szijjártó said the whole world was suffering from ramifications of the war, such as soaring energy and food prices that were causing serious problems in Africa and South America. “My colleagues from Ghana and Cuba talked about all those today, here in New York,” he said. Szijjártó welcomed that Ghana was increasingly using Hungarian water purification technologies, and that he had signed an agreement with Cuba concerning scholarships and courses for diplomats.