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“Therefore, the question is not if they (EU countries) are against it, because they aren’t, but in practical terms. Many different issues appear, arguments and discussions...how much to supply, how long it should last and where the balance is between (the countries’ own) defense needs.”
At the end of July, the Hungarian Foreign Ministry announced that they were ready to let all military aid from Western partners Ukraine pass through its territory. Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó claimed that his country had refused to supply weapons to Ukraine, ostensibly to protect Hungarians in Ukraine’s far-western Transcarpathia region from Russian shelling. Russians invasion forces have attacked mainly the south and east of Ukraine, with only a few missile attacks being made on the west of the country.