Viktor Orban, Hungary's prime minister, informed CNN via Zoltan Kovacs, his international spokeswoman, that his country will not give arms to Ukraine in its conflict with Russia.
"The Hungarian position is unwavering... we are not going to become involved in this war through the provision of weapons or soldiers," Kovacs stated on Friday
52 people were killed in an explosion at a train station in Ukraine.
A missile attack on a train station in eastern Ukraine killed dozens of people on Friday, as citizens fled in fear of a Russian incursion in the region.
The strike in Kramatorsk, Donetsk's capital, was condemned by world leaders, with US President Joe Biden accusing Russia of perpetrating a "horrific massacre" that the French described as a "crime against humanity."
At least 52 people were murdered, including five children, according to the regional authorities, while President Volodymyr Zelensky reported 300 injuries, claiming the strike demonstrated "evil without bounds."
Zelensky stated that the bombing was reported in Russia prior to the missiles' landing, and he urged a "strong worldwide response to this war crime" as well as increased firepower to confront Moscow's aggressiveness.