"Hungary does not support any action that could lead to an escalation of the war," Gulyas said in remarks to the press.
Sending depleted uranium shells would not lead to a de-escalation of the current conflict in Ukraine, the diplomat said, adding that Hungary does not recommend its use to anyone.
The Head of the Prime Minister's Office reaffirmed Hungary's commitment to stay out of the conflict. The European country is not involved in arms deliveries as it calls for a ceasefire and peace talks, Gulyas said.
Gergely Gulyás, Minister of the Prime Minister's Office of Hungary confirmed that Hungary wouldn't arrest Putin if he was to visit Budapest because the statute of the ICC was not proclaimed in Hungary and it is against the constitution. pic.twitter.com/1Bg4acdnBt