Szijjártó discusses support of Transcarpathia with Ukrainian counterpart

Int’l Relations

kkm, kormany.hu

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and President of the Ukrainian Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee Hanna Hopko held negotiations on Tuesday, concerning the support provided to Transcarpathia, official government website kormany.hu reported yesterday.

President of the Ukrainian Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee Hanna Hopko and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó. (Photo: kormany.hu/KKM)

Szijjártó assured his Ukrainian counterpart that Hungary will continue to provide both financial and humanitarian support to Transcarpathia, kormany.hu reported, citing an announcement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (KKM).

“We pay special attention to border area developments and to establishing new border crossing points,” Szijjártó reportedly said. “We stand up for Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty, which is also reflected in the fact that Hungary is still fifth on the list of countries delegating the most members to OSCE’s special monitoring mission,” kormany.hu cited Szijjártó as saying.

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