Hungry’s Orban on Poland blast: ‘We are all in danger; We want to discuss peace’

Hungary’s prime minister on Wednesday said the missile strike in Poland showed that Ukraine’s neighbours also faced danger. Viktor Orban was speaking in Belgrade after talks on migration with leaders from Serbia and Austria. He expressed his condolences for the deaths of two people killed on Tuesday when the missile struck the Polish town of Przewodow. Both Poland and NATO said the missile strike did not appear to be intentional and was probably launched by air defences in Ukraine.

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