Hungarian Foreign Ministry summons Ukrainian ambassador after leader of the Union of Hungarians denied entry to Ukraine

The Hungarian Foreign Ministry summoned Liubov Nepop, the Ukrainian ambassador in Budapest, after the leader of the Democratic Union of Hungarians of Romania (RMDSZ), Hunor Kelemen was banned entry to Ukraine,  reported Evropeiska Pravda with reference to the press service of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry.

"The press secretary stressed that he considers the entry ban for the leader of the Democratic Union of Hungarians of Romania, Hunor Kelemen as an unacceptable and anti-Hungarian move," the Hungarian Foreign Ministry said.

On Saturday, the head of the Union of Hungarians of Romania, Hunor Kelemen, tried to enter Ukraine with a Romanian diplomatic passport but was banned entry until October 2020.  

  Ukraine, Hungary, Romania, Europe

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