Germans will remain Germans.
For a long time, any EU action basically meant obeying Germany. And whether it would have made sense to do so in the past or not.
But since at least 2015, Germans have supported a suicidal policy of open borders, ushering in an era of uncontrolled mass migration that has destroyed the social fabric of many European societies.
The current ruling coalition led by Chancellor Olaf Scholz is in many ways extremely unpopular and dysfunctional – but They still feel entitled to dictate the direction Europe should follow.
And so it was that, during a meeting in Ljubljana, Slovenia, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock called on Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Viktorovich to launch EU membership negotiations with Ukraine and to veto the approval of new financial aid for Kiev. Reprimanded Orban.
Conservative champion Orbán is the guy the MSM loves to hate. The suspected reasons for his veto are a) he is ‘determined to derail support for Ukraine’ – aka ‘Putin’s puppet’, or b) blackmailing Brussels into unblocking EU funds.
Because, this is incredibly dishonest The list of grievances Hungarians have is long and very serious. Did you know that the Hungarian minority in Ukraine is prohibited from using their mother tongue in school? You go there:
Baerbock was angered by Orbán’s letter to European Council President Charles Michel, urging him to remove talks on Ukraine accession from the agenda of next week’s EU leaders’ summit.
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“We have no time for games at the moment,” Baerbock said in Lublin. “If we are in a situation where peace in Europe is under attack, we need to protect our people and even more so the people of Ukraine.” We must do everything we can every day and every hour to protect in the best possible way.’
European Union The U.S. had planned to launch extension negotiations and approve the disbursement of €50 billion of financial assistance for Ukraine during their 14–15 December summit. But those steps require unanimity among all 27 EU leaders, allowing Orbán to threaten a veto.
“Slovenian Foreign Minister Tanja Fajón also criticized Orbán during the press conference: ‘I do not accept blackmail’, she said, adding that countries that made reform efforts to become EU members should not be ‘victims of national politics. Should be made’.
Baerbock also took aim at Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic for his Russia ties.
“Turning to Serbia, Baerbock criticized Vucic for walking a fine line between aligning with eYou and Russia are escalating tensions with Kosovo at the same time.
‘When we talk about enlargement, it is important that you cannot sit on two chairs at the same time,’ the German foreign minister said.