Budapest is reassessing its role in NATO as it is unwilling to take part in the alliance’s military mission in Ukraine, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban told the Kossuth radio station, Report informs referirng to TASS.

He confirmed that Hungary had no plans to participate in NATO’s actions that could drag member states into the conflict in Ukraine and lead to a direct confrontation with Russia. According to Orban, Brussels is making military plans with “task forces working on ways for NATO to take part in this war.”