Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Monday discussed the crisis situation that developed on the Russia-Ukraine border with European Council President Charles Michel by phone.
Orbán and Michel agreed that the situation was deteriorating and on the need to continue diplomatic efforts towards working out a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
The two leaders agreed on the need for continued dialogue, saying that
averting war was in the interest of the whole of Europe, including Hungary.
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