Hungary has unlocked the summit of the NATO-Ukraine – journalist

Hungary has unlocked the summit of the NATO-Ukraine – journalist

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The summit can participate Petro Poroshenko.

The NATO summit in Brussels on July 11-12 can be held with the participation of President Petro Poroshenko.

About this in his Twitter said the journalist of Radio Freedom Rikard Jozwiak.

the EU-#Ukraine summit is preliminary set for 9 July in Brussels. that means that Poroshenko should be able to stay for the NATO summit on 11-12 December. #Hungary permitting…

— Rikard Jozwiak (@RikardJozwiak) 3 may 2018 R.

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“Summit EU-Ukraine is tentatively scheduled for 9 July in Brussels. This means that Poroshenko needs to stay at the NATO summit on July 11-12. Hungary permits”, – he wrote.

Earlier, the head of mission of Ukraine to NATO Vadim pristayko said that Budapest has blocked the holding of a meeting of the Commission Ukraine-NATO in Brussels. The reason is the controversy surrounding the language of the law, which, in the opinion of the representatives of the Hungarian government, limits the use of the native language on the territory of Transcarpathia. In turn, the foreign Minister of Poland Jacek Czaputowicz proposed to change the format of the meetings of the Commission Ukraine-NATO in order to circumvent the blocking Hungary.

Videocracy question is one of the key at the NATO summit in Brussels

After a few hours in the Belgian capital will begin to gather the foreign Ministers of all 29 member countries of the Alliance. The meeting should invite the Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine to talk about the prospects of our country’s membership in NATO, and on strengthening the defense capability of Russia. However, the decision is due to disagreement with the new Ukrainian language law was blocked by Hungary.

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