“Hungary was supposed to attack Serbia by land in 1999. Viktor Orbán confirmed this to me and told me that I may make it public. Clinton and the British made a request of him to attack us from the north, in order to redirect our forces from Kosovo to Vojvodina, which Orbán refused in the White House, with the help of Gerhard Schröder, and then he went to pay a visit to Tony Blair and Margaret Thatcher, who made it known to him that “they were very affronted by his refusal to attack Serbia, as more British soldiers would be killed now”. We were supposed to be attacked by land, and now we should be talking about great trust and great love,” Vučić relayed Orbán’s words.