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Hungary has made a decision to change the name of the position of the ministerial commissioner for Transcarpathia after Ukraine’s protest, said Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin.
“The morning began with a conversation with my Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó. Hungarians understood us and will change the name of their commissioner for Transcarpathia. We continue constructive work on all the other issues,” he wrote on his Twitter page.
In the summer of 2018, the …
The Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is ready to deny the Hungarian ministerial commissioner for the development of Transcarpathia entry to Ukraine, as reported by the Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Vasyl Bodnar.
“Interference of the neighboring state in our internal affairs is an impermissible thing. We will take all possible steps involving diplomatic influence. But first, we are waiting for Hungary’s reaction, acceptable explanations and changes,” he explained. There have been no …
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine expressed its protest to Laszlo Pap, the Chargé d’affaires of Hungary to Ukraine against Budapest’s “unfriendly steps” towards Ukraine, as reported on the Ministry’s website.
"Despite Ukraine’s constructive approach to resolve existing issues, Hungary's recent actions indicate a choice of confrontation instead of cooperation, and direct interference in Ukraine's internal affairs,” the statement reads.
The unacceptability of recent statements by the …
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry intends to deploy a battalion of the mountain assault brigade in Berehove in the Zakarpattia region, Defense Ministry Spokesperson Dmytro Hutsulyak announced at a press briefing, the department’s press service reports.
The topic was discussed during a meeting between Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak and Hennadiy Moskal, governor of the Zakarpattia region.
“During the communication, they considered the possibility of stationing a battalion of the 128th mountain …
Hungarian diplomats have advised their political leaders to use NATO as a platform for settling scores with Kyiv, and also attempted to prevent Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko from attending the alliance’s summit, Ukraine’s ambassador to NATO Vadym Prystaiko told Glavcom news outlet in an interview.
“A critical juncture has been reached. They really tried to keep the Ukrainian president away from the NATO summit. We will not forget this,” Prystaiko said, adding that Poroshenko had the …
The European Union’s anti-Russian sanctions have jeopardized Moscow-Budapest relations, said Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin press service reported. “I must say that we could develop even more [relations] if not for the harmful sanctions. Because of these measures, we are losing opportunities,” said the Hungarian Prime Minister. Moreover, Orban assured Putin that Hungary stands for the normalization of relations between …
In interviews with three Ukrainian television channels 112-Ukraine, STB and Inter, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that he agreed to continue the dialog with Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban regarding the language article of the Education Law.
He discussed this in interviews with three Ukrainian television channels- 112-Ukraine, STB and Inter.
“At the NATO summit, I had a short meeting with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. We agreed that, at the level of foreign …
Hungary will not support the rapprochement of Ukraine with NATO until Kyiv stops their attacks on the Hungarian minority, the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs cites Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó as saying.
Szijjártó noted that Hungary is outraged by the fact that the highest level of politics in Ukraine is becoming a platform for extremism and anti-Hungarian sentiments. According to Szijjártó, the country that speaks of European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations cannot allow ultra- …
Ukraine has managed to get around Hungary’s veto, and will participate in the NATO summit in Brussels, alongside Georgia, asstated by Ukrainian Ambassador to NATO Vadym Prystaiko in a broadcast of the Zavtra program, Radio Liberty reports.
“Thanks to cooperation with NATO allies, we were able to overcome the obstacle put in place by Hungary… The course of action that was determined is a joint session with Georgia, 10 years after the Bucharest summit, when both Ukraine and Georgia were promised …
Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó has named three conditions under which Hungary would agree to unblock the activities of the Ukraine-NATO Commission.
"The first condition [is that] the transitional period for the language of education should be extended until 2023, and during this time [Ukraine will] have to negotiate with the minority on what changes will be implemented. The second condition, which also fully meets the Venice Commission’s proposals, is that [the norm on the language …