Hungary has vetoed a Council of Europe resolution on Ukraine as the draft document recognized the peace plan proposed by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy only, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said, Report informs referring to TASS.

“Today, the Council sought to pass a resolution that recognized only President Zelenskyy’s peace plan as a peace formula worth considering and supporting. That is unacceptable for us. Others, too, have prepared their peace proposals which are no worse that the one the Ukrainian president has insisted on,” Szijjarto wrote on his page on Facebook.

Hungary’s top diplomat said he had asked the Council of Europe to include alternative peace plans to the resolution but that his proposal had been declined by a majority vote. “Therefore, I vetoed the resolution, so no decision whatsoever was made by the Council,” Szijjarto explained.