Contents tagged with law on education
The Hungarian government will not give up its intentions to block Ukraine’s integration into the EU and NATO if Kyiv does not change its law on education, as stated by the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán, the text of whose speech was made public on the website of the Hungarian government.
“I would like to assure Transcarpathian Hungarians that no matter where the wind blows, the Hungarian government will not give up its position. We will resolutely defend it, not only here or in Kyiv, …
President Petro Poroshenko said that the reform of secondary education will lead to every Ukrainian being able to speak the Ukrainian language, during a speech at a forum of local communities, 112 Ukraine writes.
"We have adopted new and ambitious reforms of the educational system, which is doing very important work. It not only makes the education process modern, interactive, and flexible, but there is one more important thing - we are returning the use of the Ukrainian language to Ukrainians …
Hungary’s hysteria over Ukraine’s Law on Education requiring providing instruction in the state language in Ukrainian educational system is not subsiding, as stated by the head of Ukraine’s mission to NATO, Vadym Prystaiko, at a meeting with journalists in Brussels, LB.ua reports.
"Hungary continues to make bravura statements while NATO is trying to explain that these are just work processes, nothing is canceled or blocked," he said, referring to Hungary's decision to veto the meeting of the …
Budapest is blocking the effective development of Ukraine's relations with the North Atlantic alliance due to their displeasure with the paragraph on language in the Ukrainian law on education.
According to the Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, Ukraine will try to solve this problem with the support of other NATO members, since Budapest "blocks the effective development" of things planned between Ukraine and the Alliance.
"Ukraine is concerned with …
NATO says they do not have plans to hold a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission in December, reports UNIAN, citing a source in the Alliance.
This was reported by an official Alliance representative, commenting on a statement by Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó that Budapest opposes the holding of a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission in December due to the law “On Education”.
“There is no plan to hold a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission in December,” …
The meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission, which was to be held in December, was blocked by Hungary, as stated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary Péter Szijjártó, Ukrainski Novyny reported.
"Hungary cannot support Ukraine's integration aspirations, so it vetoed the convening of a NATO-Ukraine commission in December," Szijjártó said.
He stated that he cannot agree with the situation when the Ukrainian law on education infringes on the rights of national minorities.
In addition, …
Ukraine and Poland signed a declaration guaranteeing the rights of national minorities in the two countries to receive an education in their native language, as reported by the press service of the Ministry of National Education of Poland.
"On Wednesday, October 25, Minister Anna Zalewska reported that the Ministers of Education of Poland and Ukraine signed a Declaration on the Protection of Persons Belonging to National Minorities (the Polish minority in Ukraine and the Ukrainian minority in …
Head of the Mission of Ukraine to NATO Vadym Prystaiko said that he is worried about the behavior of Hungary, particularly after the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs’ statement about their intention to block Ukraine's association with the European Union.
The Ambassador of Ukraine to NATO spoke about this in Brussels before the planned meeting with the Ambassador of Hungary to NATO, Ukrinform reports.
"There is one particular ally whose behavior worries me. This concerns an open statement …
At a press conference in Kyiv, Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Culture and National Heritage Piotr Glińsk says that a mutual understanding has been reached with Ukraine regarding the law on education and its ramifications for the languages of national minorities, UNIAN reports.
“Today, as I just found out, a mutual understanding has been signed – a statement by the leaders of the education departments after the extremely fruitful visit of Minister Zalewska to Ukraine which took …
Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski has denied a request from Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó to sign a joint letter to the authorities of Ukraine regarding the law "On Education" as stated by Waszczykowski in an interview with the Hungarian publication Heti Valasz, reports Rzeczpospolita.
Waszczykowski drew attention to the new Ukrainian law On Education, in connection with which Hungary announced an initiative to revise the Ukraine–European Union Association Agreement.