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World Hungarian minister says Ukraine's entry ban order is 'pathetic and nonsense'

10:26  27 october  2020
10:26  27 october  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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Ukraine has banned entry to two Hungarian officials because of campaigning in the Zakarpattya region during the local elections. This was announced by Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in an interview with Interfax. “Two Hungarian dignitaries have already been banned from entering Ukraine .

Ukraine ' s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin responded to Hungary ’s concerns by calling the whole issue a mere “misunderstanding” and offered assurances that Ukraine does care about its citizens of Hungarian origin. “The meaningful dialog is the way to clear up misunderstandings,” Klimkin tweeted

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's foreign minister said on Tuesday Ukraine's decision to bar the entry of two Hungarian government officials over what it called meddling in local elections was "pathetic and nonsense".

Péter Szijjártó wearing a suit and tie: FILE PHOTO: Hungary's Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto meets his Vietnamese counterpart Pham Binh Minh in Hanoi © Reuters/KHAM FILE PHOTO: Hungary's Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto meets his Vietnamese counterpart Pham Binh Minh in Hanoi

In a video message on his Facebook page, Peter Szijjarto said Budapest had not received formal notice of the Ukrainian ban.

In the video, Szijjarto welcomed the victory of Hungarian candidates in Ukrainian local elections, which he said meant Hungarians' opinion would have to be considered for the future of the region bordering Hungary, which has a large ethnic Hungarian minority.

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Ukraine has banned Russian men of military age from entering the country for the duration of its state of martial law. Russia says the Ukrainians had violated its border while Ukraine says its ships were acting in line with international maritime rules.

He said Ukraine had taken "unfriendly steps" towards Hungary, by summoning the Hungarian ambassador and deciding to ban the entry of the two officials.

"With this Ukraine sends the message ... that it has given up on Hungarian support for its euroatlantic integration efforts," Szijjarto said.

It was not the first time that Hungary has hinted at blocking Ukraine’s membership of NATO.

The two countries have repeatedly clashed in the past years over what Hungary said were curbs on the rights of roughly 150,000 ethnic Hungarians to use their native tongue, especially in education, after Ukraine passed a law in 2017 restricting the use of minority languages in schools.

Ukraine's foreign ministry said on Monday it had handed the Hungarian ambassador a note of protest for what it described as political agitation by Hungarian officials in favour of a party that contested Saturday's elections in Ukraine.

(Reporting by Krisztina Than and Anita Komuves; Editing by Andrew Heavens, Robert Birsel)

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"Ukraine remains strictly committed to the policy of non-interference in internal affairs of other countries," the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry told Newsweek, emphasizing Russia was at the forefront of its concerns as the U.S. election approaches."Ukraine remains strictly committed to the policy of non-interference in internal affairs of other countries," the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry told Newsweek. "Also, our foreign policy does not synchronize with electoral cycles in other countries, including in the U.S.

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