Sanctions Had No Effect on Moscow Yet Europe Lost Four Governments: Orban
The Western strategy to weaken Russia backfires on Europe.
Russia sanctions have not shaken Moscow’s resolve, despite the fact that Europe has already lost four governments due to economic and political crises, according to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Saturday.
“The West’s strategy is like a car with flat tires on all four wheels… The sanctions did not destabilize Moscow. Europe is in trouble, economically and politically, and four governments have become victims: UK, Bulgarian, Italian, and Estonian… People will face a sharp increase in prices. And the better part of the world deliberately did not support us as well — China, India, Brazil, South Africa, the Arab world, Africa — everybody is aloof from this conflict, they are interested in their own affairs,” Orban said while delivering a speech in the Romanian city of Baile Tusnad.
Orban went on to say that the Ukrainian conflict will “put an end to Western hegemony, which could unite the world against someone,” and that a “multipolar global order” will “knock on the door.”