“Seriously wanting to accede to the EU a country that is in the middle of a war is a political act of madness,” warned EU MP Harald Wilimski (FPÖ) on Twitter. And like FPÖ leader Herbert Kickl, he demands: “The federal government must use all its options to take action against these irresponsible plans in the interest of our permanent neutrality and the safety of our population.”
Kikal warned: “Rather than trying to bring Ukraine into the EU by any means, the initiative to end the war and make peace would be long overdue on the part of the Union. But EU elites are doing just the opposite. They are turning the self-destructive cycle of sanctions and European and Austrian taxpayers into paying billions for arms purchases through the cynical ‘peace facility’, which only fuels war and with it deaths and There is immense pain.
The federal government must therefore veto these EU plans in the interest of our permanent neutrality and the security of the Austrian population, Kickl demands: The FPÖ will submit a corresponding proposal to the National Council, requiring the federal government to veto Ukraine’s accession. The EU will need to indicate.
And Kickl also adds: “The federal government must not accept every absurdity from Brussels, but must put the well-being, security and interests of its population at the forefront of every political decision it makes. This is especially true with drastic decisions such as Ukraine’s accession to the EU, which will have unpredictable consequences for Austria – not only in the field of security, but also financially. EU Commission calculations already assume that Ukraine’s accession would bring 186 billion euros from the Union budget. The cost of reconstruction is estimated at an incredible 750 billion euros. These burdens will be borne mainly by citizens of EU net-payer countries like Austria, and this is in no way fair to our population, which is already on record due to the political failure of the black-green coalition. Suffering from inflation. ,
The heads of state of the EU’s 27 countries are expected to agree on the explosive merger plan at a major meeting next December. There are also reports coming from Budapest that Hungary’s approval is almost certain. The requirement of unanimity must also be followed when a country is admitted to the EU.