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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban visited Kyiv for the first time since Russia’s 2022 invasion, proposing a cease-fire to expedite peace talks. Despite a tense meeting, Orban and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy managed a public handshake. Orban, known for his friendly ties with Russia, suggested a cease-fire with a deadline to hasten negotiations. Zelenskyy, however, emphasized a “just peace” and previously argued that a cease-fire would allow Russia to rearm. He urged continued EU military aid, which has reached $38 billion. Deputy Ihor Zhovkva reiterated Ukraine’s clear desire for peace.

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