The Hungarian political party "Fidesz" did not support the resolution on the arrest of Vladimir Putin under the warrant issued by the International Criminal Court.
This was stated by the deputy head of the Democratic Coalition, Agnes Vadai, reports RBC-Ukraine, referring to her press conference.
The Hungarian government has ratified the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, but has not implemented it in national law.
Hungary's Democratic Coalition believes that the country's current prime minister, Viktor Orban, is serving Russian dictator Vladimir Putin and will not allow him to be arrested on Hungarian territory under any circumstances.
"Orban is interested in Putin and profit, not in the fate of Ukrainian children kidnapped by Russia. That's why in the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs Fidesz, although they talked about peace, rejected the resolution," Vadai noted.
Author – Anastasiya Glotova, 20/04/2023