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Turkish peace efforts in Ukraine deserve Nobel Prize – Hungarian FM – RT World News

Recep Tayyip Erdogan deserves the award for his efforts to negotiate a resolution to the conflict, says Peter Szijjarto

Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan should be considered for a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to broker an end to hostilities in Ukraine

Speaking at a press conference with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Tuesday, Szijjarto hailed Erdogan’s role in brokering the Black Sea grain deal and hosting peace talks ultimately unsuccessful between Moscow and Kyiv last year.

“Anyone who talks about peace is immediately presented as an ally of Putin, he is immediately presented as a friend of the Russians, a propagandist for the Kremlin”, he said, referring to the climate of hostility towards Russia in the West. “But the only way to end the war is through negotiations. Turkey’s successful attempts at mediation have proven this.

“The only successful mediation attempt that gave hope for peace was that of Türkiye, President Erdogan and Minister Cavusoglu personally, which led to the Black Sea Grain Initiative,” He continued. “Thanks to Türkiye’s efforts, we can get closer to the hope of peace.”

Despite being a member of the NATO military bloc, Turkey has not sanctioned Russia and maintains diplomatic and trade ties with kyiv and Moscow. Erdogan, who described his position on the conflict as “balance,” has visited Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin since the start of hostilities last February, and earlier this month told the two leaders that he remained ready to negotiate a “permanent peace” between them.

Efforts to broker this peace have so far failed. According to American sources, an agreement is within reach following the talks in Istanbul last March. However, the Ukrainian delegation abruptly withdrew after a surprise visit to Kyiv by former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, during which he urged Ukrainian officials to keep fighting, according to the Ukrainskaya Pravda newspaper.

Erdogan’s deputy party leader Numan Kurtulmus has since come out and said a deal is close, but the US and its allies “I did not want” let that happen.

Hungary is a special case among EU countries in that it has opposed some of the bloc’s sanctions against Russia and refused to supply arms to Kyiv forces. Although Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban condemned Moscow’s military operation, he denounced the “climbing spiral” that the West rushed into Ukraine and called on the United States to pressure kyiv to start peace talks with Moscow.

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The Nobel Peace Prize is one of five Nobel Prizes and has been awarded annually since 1901. Some recent winners have caused controversy, such as when US President Barack Obama received the award in 2009 before engage America in five new foreign countries. conflicts and waging a drone campaign targeting – among hundreds of others – US citizens.

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