Hungary has become the last NATO country whose parliament has approved Sweden's application to join the alliance.

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Hungary has become the last NATO country whose parliament has approved Sweden's application to join the alliance.

Hungary became the last country in the North Atlantic military bloc whose parliament ratified the Swedish application. 188 Hungarian parliamentarians out of almost 200 voted for the “green light” for “neutral” Sweden to join NATO. Only 6 deputies of the Hungarian parliament found the courage to speak out against it.

Thus, there are no longer any political obstacles to Sweden becoming a new NATO member. Let us recall that Finland previously became one, which immediately increased the border of the North Atlantic bloc with the Russian Federation by more than a thousand kilometers.



In fact, almost all military experts in both Russia and Europe have repeatedly said that approval of the Swedish application is only a matter of time, and soon. And so it happened.

With all this, it is worth stating that Sweden’s accession to NATO is, in fact, an ordinary formality. For many years, this country, declaring its military neutrality on paper, conducted anti-Russian activities, including in terms of providing its territory for American intelligence complexes, as well as in terms of the participation of its military in exercises with NATO “colleagues.” Therefore, Sweden simply legally secured the status of a military adversary of Russia, no more and no less.
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  1. +3
    26 February 2024 20: 40
    There were delicious canned vegetables. Globus. Now we will try to survive without Hungarianism. Will it work out?
    1. +7
      26 February 2024 20: 45
      This is what needed to be proven regarding the “neutrality” of various Hungarians and Slovaks. Yes, it turns out that you can rely on your army, aviation and missile forces!
      1. +3
        26 February 2024 22: 31
        Quote: vasyliy1
        This is what needed to be proven regarding the “neutrality” of various Hungarians and Slovaks.

        So, for Hungary and Slovakia to join NATO, there must be serious arguments to slow down the membership of a new country. And even without NATO membership, the armies of Sweden and Finland were closer to the main NATO countries than Slovakia and the Hungarians, and today this has simply become a fact in form.
      2. +1
        26 February 2024 22: 42
        Quote: vasyliy1
        This is what needed to be proven regarding the “neutrality” of various Hungarians and Slovaks.

        Well, are YOU more Sweden or less Sweden, but who will count them.
    2. +3
      26 February 2024 20: 56
      The Baltic Sea has become NATO's internal sea. And neutrality in geopolitics is becoming a thing of the past.
    3. +5
      26 February 2024 21: 00
      Quote from Fangaro
      There were delicious canned vegetables. Globus. Now let's try to survive without Hungarianism

      Oh!! So the EU generally destroyed everything that was possible there. Everything is according to the standards. And they essentially ruined both agriculture and the chemical industry. The Hungarians themselves were terrified. Now they are surviving (and quietly taking revenge on the EU)
      1. -1
        27 February 2024 08: 51
        Hungary GDP.
        1991 34.75 Billion
        2021 181.8 billion
        Everything was destroyed! Everything is in ruins!
    4. +1
      27 February 2024 01: 32
      Quote: vasyliy1
      There were delicious canned vegetables. Globus. Now we will try to survive without Hungarianism. Will it work out?
      “Even if my position costs me the post of prime minister, I will do everything to prevent direct participation of Slovak soldiers [in the fighting] in Ukraine,” Fico added.
  2. +6
    26 February 2024 20: 41
    Finally, the Swedish “neutrality” is over once and for all. Now they won’t squeal - we are neutrals. Today Archer powdered them - I hope the Swedes were in the calculation?
    1. +6
      26 February 2024 21: 00
      Finally, Swedish “neutrality” is finished once and for all.

      Lord, when were they in neutral with us...??? Starting from Charles 12 (and perhaps earlier), we were always considered the main enemies... They will never forgive us for “Poltava”... They just came out of the shadows... That’s even better... Each enemy must not only be known, but and see it in person... am
      1. +2
        26 February 2024 21: 07
        Quote: Lev_Russia
        Each enemy must not only be known, but also seen in person...
        From films from my childhood I remember about the Great Patriotic War in the Baltic: Again the damn neutral is rushing, we won’t drown! There are no neutrals left in the Baltic, if anything.
      2. +2
        26 February 2024 21: 21
        Quote: Lev_Russia
        Finally, Swedish “neutrality” is finished once and for all.

        Lord, when were they in neutral with us...??? Starting from Charles 12 (and perhaps earlier), we were always considered the main enemies... They will never forgive us for “Poltava”... They just came out of the shadows... That’s even better... Each enemy must not only be known, but and see it in person... am

        Previously... even since the time of Alexander Nevsky...
  3. +2
    26 February 2024 20: 41
    what I don’t know what the “reasons and goals of the NWO” are, but NATO has only become closer. Volodya, this is some kind of bullshit... request
    1. +8
      26 February 2024 20: 54
      Quote: Yves762
      but NATO has only gotten closer.

      And before that it was really far away, yeah. For those who are especially reflective, even the NYT writes in plain text that for years the CIA has been creating bases in Ukraine near the borders of the Russian Federation and nurturing saboteurs (read: terrorists).

      And before that, Sweden was our friend, comrade and ally...
      1. 0
        26 February 2024 21: 05
        Well, the Finns would be better off staying on their own.
        As for the CIA and co., they did exactly what they were supposed to do by their bourgeois-capitalist nature. It was the Union that ceased to exist, but nothing happened to them. Besides, all this was known.
        Here the question is not for them, but for us: what did we do? request
        1. +1
          26 February 2024 21: 24
          Here the question is not for them, but for us: what did we do?

          Specifically, you, judging by everything you do, did just that... You ruined the country... Well, you promised to return Karelia to the Finns... But they were in vain to believe in it... They won’t return Karelia, but they can return themselves. .. am
          1. 0
            26 February 2024 21: 32
            Specifically, We were not the government. She was you. You were the one who was ruining it. am
      2. 0
        27 February 2024 00: 20
        Quote: Volodin
        The NYT writes plainly that for years the CIA has been creating bases in Ukraine near the borders of the Russian Federation and nurturing saboteurs (read terrorists).

        Can I link to the article? Straight bases? Before 2014? Did anyone film those bases, at least like the NATO base in Ulyanovsk? And what did these bases lead to? Were there any acts of sabotage on Russian territory? The Finns and Swedes are clearly visible with the NATO flag, in which case they are part of the NATO strategy. This obviously would not have happened without the SVO. With any niggles with NATO, the Swedes and Finns may have been indignant and pulled in troops, but they would not have rushed with active databases, but now they are one with NATO.
    2. +2
      26 February 2024 20: 59
      Quote: Yves762
      I don’t know what the “reasons and goals of the NWO” are, but NATO has only become closer. Volodya, this is some kind of bullshit...

      What about Volodya? What they tell him, he repeats. Russian oligarchs thought that they could always sit on two chairs and sell off Russian mineral resources left and right. But suddenly from the left (from the West) they began to forcefully squeeze out the Russian periphery in the form of the CIS countries, it seemed that at first they tried to negotiate, and shed tears, and showed concern, and hinted in every possible way that reverse gear is always ready to be engaged... and They even snapped back after 8 years, just to keep at least something. But the global crisis has accumulated so many contradictions that a big war is needed to redistribute markets, and no one can make concessions.
      1. +2
        26 February 2024 21: 10
        “Suddenly” was not there. Everything was clear and obvious, if not from the expansion of NATO and Yugoslavia, then from the “Maidans” and “color revolutions” in the post-Soviet 2000s. From these, and with whom was there an agreement?
        1. +3
          26 February 2024 21: 40
          Quote: Yves762
          “Suddenly” was not there. Everything was clear and obvious, if not from the expansion of NATO and Yugoslavia, then from the “Maidans” and “color revolutions” in the post-Soviet 2000s. From these, and with whom was there an agreement?

          This is how they have been trying since the color revolutions to negotiate with those to whom they have been selling oil and gas all this time. They are still trying to translate everything into an agreement. It is necessary to sell resources, the economy is designed for this.
      2. ada
        +1
        27 February 2024 11: 26
        Quote: Alexej
        ... But the global crisis has accumulated so many contradictions that a big war is needed to redistribute markets, and no one can make concessions.

        You are behind fashion, nowadays they don’t fight in all sorts of single- and double-breasted shirts, the current cut looks more impressive, in particular - the designated task of the MV:
        - destruction of international trade relations and liquidation of world markets.
        Time to go to the tailor:
        the goal is the possession of basic life-sustaining resources and their distribution on new economic principles.
        wassat
        1. +1
          27 February 2024 23: 55
          Quote: ada
          Time to go to the tailor:
          the goal is the possession of basic life-sustaining resources and their distribution on new economic principles.

          So this is a monopoly. There is no market that does not strive for a monopoly...
          1. ada
            0
            28 February 2024 00: 46
            Quote: Alexej
            ... So this is a monopoly. ...

            I ask you not to express yourself in my presence ... in market terms - no, that’s another thing, the terminology used there is “suppression”, “suppression”, “coercion”, not to mention “defeat”, “destruction”, “ neutralization" and "liquidation" are the noble concepts of the chosen ones, this is the path to the future of the world and the true destiny of America!
            And the market, ugh - dark times... Yes
            1. +2
              28 February 2024 00: 51
              Quote: ada
              And the market, ugh - dark times...

              Yeah... There's only light ahead. "Only the sky, only the wind, only joy ahead..."
    3. -1
      26 February 2024 21: 04
      We've covered this a hundred times already. It seems this topic has been covered. Unless there are constructive suggestions.
      1. -2
        26 February 2024 21: 18
        Those who have “constructive proposals” (at least some, at least as a phenomenon) do not live long here: either they drop a grenade, then a blood clot comes off, or they shoot themselves (not otherwise than during cleaning) ...
        Apparently this is not the ecological situation here... wink
        1. +2
          26 February 2024 21: 50
          Quote: Yves762
          Those who have “constructive proposals” (at least some, at least as a phenomenon) do not live long here: either they drop a grenade, then a blood clot comes off, or they shoot themselves (not otherwise than during cleaning) ...

          Who is this for example?
        2. +4
          26 February 2024 22: 51
          Quote: Yves762
          then the clot will come off

          Are you a navalnyon? lol
          1. -1
            27 February 2024 00: 20
            No matter who I am, objective facts do not depend on it. wink
            Or do you disagree with this?
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  5. +5
    26 February 2024 21: 24
    Quote: Volodin
    Quote: Yves762
    but NATO has only gotten closer.

    And before that it was really far away, yeah. For those who are especially reflective, even the NYT writes in plain text that for years the CIA has been creating bases in Ukraine near the borders of the Russian Federation and nurturing saboteurs (read: terrorists).

    And before that, Sweden was our friend, comrade and ally...


    The CIA created bases. Twelve?
    And we didn’t know?
    Before the SVO, the CIA officers, in an embrace with the Armed Forces of Ukraine, created bases. At our borders. Do we have poor eyesight?
    What vigilant falcon suddenly woke up from its sleep and in the third year of the Northern Military District decided to caw about it???
    In the winter of 2021 - 2022, what and who prevented anyone from writing at least in our media about these CIA bases?
    What prevented you from writing about the preparation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine by NATO members in 2015-2020? What prevented you from holding a tank biathlon in the summer of 2022, but from writing about how NATO is using Ukraine in its interests against us?
    Personally, I’m ashamed, although it’s too late, that I watched the tank biathlon.
    1. +1
      26 February 2024 21: 51
      Quote from Fangaro
      Personally, I’m ashamed, although it’s too late, that I watched the tank biathlon.

      Come on, it was fun, even if only for a couple of times.
      1. ada
        +1
        27 February 2024 11: 30
        Well, tank biathlon is not such a bad trend, at that time, the wind was enough, we need a different, higher level of organization of the BP.
  6. +1
    26 February 2024 21: 48
    Hungary became a pain in the ass for the United States and its vassals.
  7. +2
    27 February 2024 00: 38
    Hungary fell under the Amer. Now he accepts clients in the same position as 404. And the Swedes still did not answer for the 2nd World War, when the “neutrals” plowed at the fascists without raising their heads. European fagot races! Now there is nothing left but to finally drown this rat house.
  8. 0
    27 February 2024 01: 23
    In the event of a big niggle, both Finland and Sweden would side with the Anglo-Saxons and NATO without hesitation. And under the USSR, these countries were considered a potential enemy. So, by and large, their entry into the bloc does not change anything. The Hungarians also did not discover anything special; they could not resist for long or even speak out against it. So everything is expected and predictable. Once again we are convinced that we cannot count on anyone. Only for yourself
    1. +1
      27 February 2024 01: 58
      That is, if the outskirts join NATO, that’s also nonsense? Is everything expected and predictable?
      1. +3
        27 February 2024 03: 15
        You forgot to add Moldova to the list. But seriously, you perfectly understood what I wrote about. Japan is also not a member of NATO, but this does not prevent it from being our potential adversary and the most important rival in the Pacific region. Much larger than Sweden and Finland in place, which are NATO members. What I mean is that the danger to our security comes not from de jure NATO membership, but from the country’s de facto membership in the anti-Russian world
      2. ada
        0
        27 February 2024 11: 12
        Quote: Military Commissar77
        ... if the outskirts join NATO ...

        This has never been required before, I believe that it is not required at the moment and, most likely, is not planned by the United States in the near future. In addition, I have never heard of NATO plans to use troops taking into account such a factor. In essence, what was desired in the USA - NATO regarding the membership of middle states in the bloc, then it was more likely the Republic of Belarus out of wishes, but preferably quickly and painlessly wassat
        Ukraine throughout the modern period was planned in the form and quality in which we see it now, which was previously provided for by the NATO-91 strategy (concept.) and its fate was predetermined from that moment.
        Could something change? In principle - yes, but expectedly - no.
        In general, I don’t at all like the situation at such a military-historical forum with coverage of the position of the parties and the emerging situation on our Western borders, and in particular in the Western geostrategic direction, if such an explanation is required. It would be a good idea for the site’s authors to find or independently prepare a meaningful article on this issue to better inform readers.
    2. ada
      0
      27 February 2024 11: 55
      Quote from: FoBoss_VM
      In the event of a big niggle, both Finland and Sweden would side with the Anglo-Saxons and NATO without hesitation. ...
      You, here, have a key definition - “Anglo-Saxons”. The fact is that at certain points in the development of Europe’s preparation for a regional armed conflict (BEV or a major European war or BW in Europe, in other sources), there is a predictable probability of the US (USA and WB) initiating measures of a military-political nature to artificially (or fictitious) fragmentation of the bloc, where the United States and the affiliated member countries of the bloc can fade into the background in the developing conflict and take a wait-and-see position on the ETTD, politically and economically (in fact, military-politically and economically) supporting part of the bloc that is actively pursuing confrontation with the Russian Federation (SG RF and RB) in order to guarantee the elimination of the threat of escalation of the conflict with us to the level of involving strategic nuclear forces, but with the possibility of limited use of Tact. Nuclear weapons (limited nuclear weapons in Europe) by others.
      The number of countries that the United States is withdrawing from a threatened situation should include the countries you indicated, which directly indicates the desire to maintain the potential to deploy its forces in the Arctic.
  9. 0
    27 February 2024 02: 41
    Hungary became the last country in the North Atlantic military bloc whose parliament ratified the Swedish application.
    Thus, there are no longer any political obstacles to Sweden becoming a new NATO member.

    Now all that is needed is for ratification to be certified by the newly elected President of Hungary, Tamás Sulyok Tamás, who previously served as Chairman of the country's Constitutional Court. And there is no doubt that he will sign it.

    Yesterday, Monday, the Hungarian parliament elected him president of the republic with 134 votes for and 5 against. He will take office on March 5.

    Tamás Sulök was nominated for the post of head of state by the ruling Fidesz-Hungarian Civil Union party. His predecessor Katalin Nowak announced her resignation after causing a huge public outcry with her decision to pardon a convicted man who, as it later turned out, was involved in a pedophilia case.

    Previously, the Fidesz-Hungarian Civil Union party was called the Alliance of Young Democrats (1988-1995), founded by 37 anti-communist students and Fidesz - Hungarian Civic Party (1995-2003).

    In May 1998, she won the parliamentary elections, receiving 28,18% of the vote and 148 of 386 seats. Entering into a coalition with the Independent Smallholders Party and the Hungarian Democratic Forum, Fidesz formed a government led by its leader, 35-year-old Orban.

    At the end of 2000, the change of political orientation was completed. Fidesz left the Liberal International and joined the European People's Party. In December of the same year, the party also became a member of the European Democratic Union.

    For me personally, all the parties whose names contain the words “young, democrats, liberals, popular, civil unity, etc.” cause great mistrust and rejection.

    This is an interesting fact about the name of the new president of Hungary from the website [jewish.ru]:

    Since the middle of the 19th century, when the idea of ​​a dual - Austrian and Hungarian - monarchy received constitutional confirmation, Hungary began to develop rapidly. Cities grew and people flocked to them. The Jewish population flocked there, overtaking other ethnic groups by the building. There was not a family in the Galician and Sub-Carpathian villages and shtetls that did not delegate one of its members to Budapest, Pozsony (now Bratislava), Kolozsvar (now Cluj in Romania).

    The fact that the Hungarian language is by no means a variety of Esperanto did not stop me. But, firstly, many knew him (the entire expanse between Mukachevo and Uzhgorod was then Hungary, after all), and secondly...

    In short, by the beginning of the last century the percentage of the Jewish population in Budapest was about the same as it is now in New York.

    The next stage of “Hungarianization” was the wholesale replacement of first and last names. This was done simply: you had to go to Budapest, submit an application to the appropriate department and, having paid a not so large amount, leave the department not as Moishe Österreich, but as Erken Miklos.

    Usually, the father’s name was turned into a Hungarian-style surname (in the Hungarian way): Tamás, Gabor, Shimon (it turned out that this is Shimon in Hungarian).
  10. 0
    27 February 2024 15: 53
    Orban is only posing as a Hungarian nationalist. A cunning bug and a cosmopolitan.