Ukraine Recap: Orban Says Ukraine Can’t Win War Against Russia
(Bloomberg) -- Ukraine can’t win the war against Russia, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, widely perceived to be the closest European Union nation to the Kremlin, said in an interview.
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Chancellor Olaf Scholz reinforced Germany’s pledge to support Ukraine in denouncing the invasion. “This bitter chapter of our continent’s history, conjured up by Vladimir Putin’s imperialist delusion, will end with a free Ukraine joining the European Union as a full member.”
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has kicked off a two-day visit to China, as Moscow seeks to deepen trade ties with Beijing amid growing international isolation over its war in Ukraine.
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