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Hungary urges NATO to take ‘greater role’ in Ukraine peace initiative


The time has come for NATO “to take on a greater role in the peace mission for Ukraine and in starting meaningful talks”, Lorinc Nacsa, the head of the Hungarian delegation at the NATO parliamentary summit under way in Washington, DC, said late on Tuesday.

Nacsa noted that Hungary was not participating in NATO’s coordination mission concerning Ukraine, adding that the country “has received guarantees from the incumbent and incoming secretary generals”.

Nacsa called for coordinated international action to tackle global challenges such as security risks, wars, terrorism and illegal migration.

The parliamentary summit was attended by deputies of the 32 NATO members and Ukraine.



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