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Russian President Vladimir Putin told Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán that Ukraine must capitulate for peace, during Orbán’s visit to Moscow on 5 July. This visit angered the EU, US, and Kyiv, as Orbán is seen as the EU leader most friendly to Moscow. EU officials criticized the trip, stressing Orbán did not represent Brussels. Putin reiterated demands for Ukraine to withdraw troops from annexed regions, while Orbán acknowledged the significant differences between the sides. The visit followed Orbán’s recent trip to Kyiv and Hungary’s assumption of the EU’s rotating presidency.

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