The Prime Minister of Hungary confirmed that no more money will be provided to Ukraine until the destination of the previous money is known

Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, confirmed on Friday that his country will not provide more money to Ukraine until Kiev explains the use of nearly 70,000 million euros.

Orbán said that “one thing is clear: we, the Hungarians, (…) will not give more money to Ukraine until they say where the previous money, which amounted to about 70,000 million euros, has gone.”

In this sense, he explained, “it seems utterly absurd and absurd to us to contribute more money to finance the debt-servicing costs (under) a loan from which we have not yet received the money to which we are entitled to receive.”

Let us recall that previously via the social network Twitter he posted a GIF of actor John Travolta with a bemused attitude to refer to the budget problems plaguing the European Union, while writing that “only two years later [la aprobación] From the seven-year budget, Brussels is running out of money. How did this happen? What happened to the budget? Where is the money, European Commission?

Similarly, it was revealed last week that the European Commission had submitted a review of the EU’s long-term budget, in which it requested an additional €66 billion (about $72 billion) to cover the rising costs of interest, immigration-related expenses and liabilities arising from aid to Ukraine.

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