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Poroshenko Concerned With Statements From Some Hungarian Officials About Creation Of Hungarian Minority Autono

Poroshenko Concerned With Statements From Some Hungarian Officials About Creation Of Hungarian Minority Autonomies In Neighboring Countries

Poroshenko, Prime Minister, Hungary, Hungarian officials, Viktor Orban

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has expressed his concerns over the recent statements by some Hungarian officials on necessity of creation of territorial autonomies in neighboring countries.

The press service of President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko following his meeting with Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban in the framework of the expanded Summit of the European People's Party in Malta, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

"The President expressed concern over the statements of Hungarian government officials regarding the establishment of separate territorial autonomies," reads the statement.

The statement reads that Prime Minister Orban expressed support for Ukraine's territorial integrity.

Prime Minister Orban also expressed himself for immediate provision of the visa-free regime with the European Union for Ukrainians.

"Special attention was paid to the issue of Russian aggression in Donbas. The parties discussed the issue of preserving the existing regime of the EU sanctions against Russia as an efficient instrument of ensuring full implementation of the Minsk agreements and restoration of Ukraine's territorial integrity and sovereignty," reads the statement.

President Poroshenko and Prime Minister Orban discussed the issue of expanding cooperation of Ukraine with the Visegrad Group in the course of the presidency of Hungary in the Group that will begin on July 1, 2017.

They also shared views on the topical bilateral issues and stressed the importance of intensifying bilateral political dialogue at the highest level.

President Poroshenko invited Prime Minister Orban to visit Ukraine.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has expressed bewilderment at the statement made by Vice Prime Minister of Hungary Zsolt Semjen in which he welcomed creation of Hungarian minority autonomies in neighboring countries.


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