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 NATO-Ukraine commission.
"All that Hungary is doing is using NATO, which was not created for this purpose, but to solve the security issues of member countries and partners like us, for their own goals. This is the most annoying and disturbing thing for us."
The day before the Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, said that NATO is concerned about Hungary's behavior towards Ukraine.