Orbán's frank discussion of the war in Ukraine reflected a deep, nuanced, and historically informed understanding of Russian behavior, motivations, and tactics.
Serbia Ambassador Marko Djuric told Newsweek Kosovo is "endangering peace," while Kosovo Ambassador Ilir Dugolli said Serbia pursues "efforts to cause unrest."
Belarus is concerned over the "militarization of Poland" and its "aggressive intentions," said Belarusian Security Council Secretary Alexander Volfovich.
Ukraine has not officially taken credit for the blast, but several officials took to social media to celebrate the destruction wrought against the bridge.
Our national interest in the Ukrainian theater is not coterminous with Zelensky's absolutist stance; our interest is for de-escalation, detente, and peace.
It is entirely possible that Putin is seeking a peace deal that will allow him to declare victory at home.
Ukraine's counteroffensive efforts have given the country successes in recent days, but Kirill Stremousov said there is "no panic" in Kherson.
The ambassador has since denied allegations about his wording, claiming to have been speaking in support of the Ukrainian people.
"Even before they are done with Ukraine, if they reach Transnistria in the process, they will start to have a war there," believes author Yuri Felshtinsky.
"The SU-35 aircrafts also showed a low level of durability," a Ukrainian general posted on Facebook.
Its discovery adds to evidence the charismatic bears did not originate in China - but migrated there.
"I can't wait to get back to the states. This is f**ked up," the post read.
"We and the Americans assess that 75,000 Russian soldiers have either been killed or been wounded," British Professor Anthony Glees said Sunday.
Retired U.S. Army General Mark Hertling said Moscow's efforts to rush reconstituting its depleted forces "exponentially damages morale and fighting capability."
The Ukrainian president cheered an additional $270 million in military assistance announced by the White House on Friday.
CIA Director William Burns described the Russian leader as "an apostle of payback."
"Tanks are supposed to fight [in] combined formations, but in terms of how they've been tactically used, Russia hasn't done that effectively," said one expert.
"This is terrorism," Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba tweeted in response to the attack.
The British business magnate, who has repeatedly gotten himself into hot water for his comments, said Russia's president is a "first-class" person.
Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană said he "anticipates" allied presence to remain in Eastern Europe following Ukraine invasion.
The Ukrainian president said Putin prolonging the war is pushing world leaders to suggest outcomes beneficial to Russia as countries grow weary of fighting.
Anna Ivanova, despite her actual views, has been praised by Russian leaders and state-run media, who refer to her fondly as "Grandma Anna."
In a Saturday assessment, the Institute for the Study of War said that there is "eroding military professionalism" within the leadership of Russia's forces.
"Putin has been absolutely clear about his ambitions to create a greater Russia," U.K. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said in an interview published Friday.
"Leave aside the wickedness of it, the miscalculation strategically and in every possible way has been enormous," Blair said of the war in Ukraine.
The mini-bloggers previously cheered Putin's military, but now "criticized Russian armed forces leadership," the Institute for the Study of War said Saturday.
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss urged fellow Western leaders to "go further and faster" in support of Ukraine.
The Russian president said that his country was "confidently managing in the face of external challenges."