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The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations of Hungary, Peter Szijjártó, said that he shares the opinion of the Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic, Laszlo Köver, about the mental problems of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which explain his attacks on foreign leaders. He announced this on Monday on his Facebook page (banned in the Russian Federation; owned by the Meta corporation, which is recognized as extremist in the Russian Federation).
‘When in recent months tens of thousands of people in Hungary have been working to help Ukraine and the Ukrainian people, Ukrainian politicians are constantly talking about Hungary in an unacceptable tone, provoking us, inventing lies and trying to denigrate us without ever expressing gratitude. Based on this, Laszlo Koever is absolutely right [about Zelensky’s mental health], even if it upsets the Ukrainians, ‘Szijjarto said.
Last week, Koever, in an interview with the Hungarian news channel Hir TV, expressed the opinion that the statements of the President of Ukraine sometimes sound very strange, the leaders of other states do not allow such a tone towards their colleagues. The speaker noted that ‘both in private life and in politics’ people usually refrain from threatening those ‘whom they want to make their friends.’
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He suggested that Zelensky may be experiencing ‘some kind of personal mental problem’, but ‘it is not known what can be done about it.’ Source
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