“Italian-Hungarian,” Orbán wrote, as if it were a match.

An extraordinary EU summit is scheduled to be held on Thursday, where member states could decide to accept financial support for Ukraine. “The Hungarian Prime Minister is blocking financial support for Ukraine for the next four years for various reasons, while he is completely alone in this struggle, and his discussion partners do not even realize what he actually wants to achieve,” we previously wrote about what is expected at the summit.

Before the EU summit: Viktor Orbán has never been so isolated

No one undertakes to predict the outcome of the EU summit scheduled for Thursday, the hero of which will undoubtedly be Viktor Orban. The Hungarian Prime Minister is obstructing financial support for Ukraine for the next four years for various reasons, while he is completely alone in this struggle and his discussion partners do not even realize what he actually wants to achieve.

Viktor Orbán actually traveled to Brussels yesterday, and one of the first things he did was meet with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, as he shared a photo of that on his social media page with the caption “Italian-Hungarian,” as if it were a match.

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At the beginning of January, Bloomberg wrote that Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni was trying to convince Viktor Orbán to refrain from objecting to EU support for Ukraine and improve his relationship with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. In return, it will open the way for Fidesz into the family of European conservatives and reformists that it leads.

Orban and Meloni spoke by phone on Monday about the case of the Italian teacher detained in Hungary. Italian teacher Ilaria Saliste faces charges in Hungary of participating in street attacks in Budapest around the time of the volcanic eruption last year. The Italian press is following the anti-fascist activist's case with great interest, and Italian politicians were outraged when they saw Salis taken away in handcuffs and handcuffs in Budapest on Monday.