Szijjarto: NATO-Ukraine commission meeting to be held on April 4-5 despite Hungary’s protest
BUDAPEST, 21 March – RIA Novosti. Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations Peter Szijjarto said that the ministerial meeting of the NATO-Ukraine commission will be held on April 4-5 despite Hungary’s protest.
“(NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg) said that for various reasons … despite Hungary’s rejected position, he would convene a ministerial-level meeting of the Ukraine-NATO commission during the NATO Foreign Ministers Council on April 4-5. Szijjarto, after meeting with Stoltenberg, said that the Hungarian “The meeting of this commission can only be supported unanimously,” he told reporters. The broadcast was on social media.
Szijjártó said that Hungary believes this decision violates NATO’s unity, but can do nothing but consider the Secretary-General’s decision.
According to him, the Secretary General promised that issues of protection of the rights of national minorities would be discussed at this meeting.
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