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Prime Minister Orbán says Hungary is in no rush to ratify Sweden's NATO bid

  • Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has stated that Hungary is in no rush to ratify Sweden's bid to join NATO because he believes Sweden's security is not threatened.
  • Hungary, along with Turkey, is the only NATO member country that has not yet approved Sweden's bid, which has been delayed since July 2022. Orbán's government has raised concerns about the condition of Hungary's democracy, claiming that Swedish politicians have lied about it.
  • The leader of Orbán's Fidesz party, Mate Kocsis, expressed doubt that parliament would vote on Sweden's NATO bid this year, and there is a possibility that Sweden's ratification may be further delayed.
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