In Europe, the number of countries that want to redraw the borders established at the Yalta Conference in 1945 is growing, according to a report from the theater of war published in The Essence of Time newspaper, no. 531.
The Peace and Security Forum was held in Hungary. The banner of the forum depicted Hungary in its current borders and “Great Hungary” in the pre-World War I borders. Now part of the lands of “Great Hungary” are part of modern Austria, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Serbia and Ukraine.
A characteristic detail was that the organizer of the forum was the ruling party Fidesz and that Hungarian foreign minister Péter Szijjártó spoke against the background of the map with “Great Hungary”.
“There are more and more states who want to redraw the borders of Europe, established in Yalta, and they no longer consider it necessary to hide their intentions. It seems that a third world war is inevitable,” The Essence of Time‘s editorial reads.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency