Hungary will continue to block all the meetings between Ukraine and NATO at the highest level through the education act, but will not block the statement following the meeting, NATO-Ukraine-Georgia.
This was stated by the Minister of foreign Affairs of Hungary Peter Siarto before the NATO summit, reports the website of the Hungarian Ministry, writes “European true”.
“The Hungarian position regarding Ukraine remains unchanged. The Hungarian government will not allow to convene any meetings at the highest level or Ministerial level Ukraine-NATO and will veto all bilateral joint statements by NATO and Ukraine,” – said Siyyarto
The Minister stated that the Hungarian government will block Ukraine’s aspirations for Euro-Atlantic integration, “while Ukraine will not cease to deprive minorities of their rights and return rights that have been cancelled”.
“The Hungarian government would not use its veto regarding security summit in the black sea region, which will be held with the participation of Georgia and Ukraine, or in connection with the joint statement, which will be released after the meeting”, – he added.
Earlier it was reported that the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor orbán at the NATO summit in Brussels will block any decision following the meeting with the Ukraine and Georgia.
Szijjártó recently publicly suggested that before the completion of the summit, Hungary will cease to block also the decision of the Alliance on the status of Ukraine.
However, a few days in a letter to the Hungarian foreign Ministry said that the meeting with Ukraine have not been successful. In Budapest declined to comment on the reasons for this sudden change of attitude.