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President Zelenskyy emphasized the need for a “just peace” after over two years of fighting Russia’s invasion. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, during a rare visit to Ukraine, called for a ceasefire to expedite peace talks and offered to help modernize Ukraine’s economy. Orban, a critic of Western military aid to Ukraine, aims to improve ties with Kyiv. His visit coincides with Hungary’s EU presidency, raising concerns due to Budapest’s warm relations with Moscow. Hungary has blocked EU plans to aid Ukraine and criticized EU membership talks with Kyiv, while accusing Ukraine of curbing ethnic Hungarian rights.

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