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Hungary-Ukraine ties witness confidence-building measures

June 14th, 2021

Hungary-Ukraine ties had witnessed various confidence-building measures such as the mutual recognition of vaccination certificates and unimpeded travel between the two countries, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Monday on the sidelines of a one-day NATO summit in Brussels. However, implementation has been sticky on the Ukrainian side, he said, adding that Hungary has asked Kiev to make sure border traffic flows in accordance with their bilateral agreement. "There are positive signs ... giving cause for cautious optimism," Szijjarto said, noting improved cooperation on the Joint Committee on Education. "Still, we expect our Ukrainian colleagues to return the rights taken away from the Hungarian national community," the minister said.


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