Peter Szijjarto: In Europe we will see new waves of

Peter Szijjarto: In Europe we will see new waves of


Peter Szijjarto, the Hungarian foreign minister, said that Europe will face unpredictable risks if the war in Ukraine does not end soon. According to the Budapest official, the European continent will see new waves of migration, in addition to the direct consequences.

Hungary issues a serious warning to the EU! We are in the twelfth hour

In the socio-economic context, the Hungarian foreign minister issued a warning on Tuesday, ahead of an informal meeting of EU foreign ministers in Prague. He believes that we are “in the eleventh, if not the twelfth hour”, and the consequences of armed conflict are becoming more serious.

In his vision, “The consequences of armed conflict are becoming more and more serious. We are now in the eleventh, if not the twelfth hour. Proposals that lead to the escalation of war must be put aside and everyone should now focus on creating peace,” said Peter Szijjarto, according to information provided by mti.hu

Szijjarto says the European economy is sinking deeper and deeper into recession

The Budapest official also claimed that the European economy is “sinking deeper and deeper into recession”.

Thus, “Hundreds of people are dying and tens of thousands are fleeing Ukraine every day, while the European economy sinks deeper and deeper into recession and the energy supply crisis will become much more serious than anticipated.” noted Szijjarto, adding that the energy price explosion would practically “impede” the continent’s economic progress.

He also said that “if there is no peace soon, the consequences of the war will be even more tragic with many more thousands of people dying and tens and hundreds of thousands more forced to leave their homes.”

The Hungarian Foreign Minister talks about another major threat

According to the Hungarian Foreign Minister, another major threat is the fact that the agricultural exports of Ukraine and Russia will remain far below the normal pre-war levels.

Thus, “Several hundred million people today do not receive the food they need, with the vast majority of these people living in regions of the world that are unfortunately prone to destabilization, regions from which waves of illegal migration often originate” , Szijjarto said, adding that he would ask his EU colleagues to “focus on peacemaking”.