The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine believes that the negotiations had been constructive.
Ukraine is ready for constructive dialogue regarding the “linguistic norm” of the education act. This was after talks with foreign Minister péter Szijjártó, Hungary’s Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin, said the speaker of the Ukrainian foreign Ministry Marian Betz on Twitter.
According to her, Klimkin held with Siarto “Frank conversation based on arguments, not pronouncements on the basis of facts, not mythology”.
“The education act is not directed against any minority. Every countryman in addition to the native, have to master the state language”, – quoted Betz, the head of the foreign Ministry of Ukraine.
Also Klimkin said that Ukraine does not intend to close schools and fire teachers. And in order to remove the concern of the Hungarian colleagues, Ukraine has passed the law on education for examination to the Venice Commission.
“We are open to constructive dialogue. I hope that our arguments were heard. Will lead a discussion on the implementation of the law”, – said the Ukrainian Minister.
Otowa on the question of the role of the Russian Federation, Klimkin said: “Russia has for many years uses the language issue in their political manipulations.”
Foreign Minister of Ukraine also stressed that the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union – a path of reform, which is important for all Ukrainian citizens, including those of Hungarian origin.
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Earlier it was reported that the Ukrainian law “On education” provoked a sharp rejection of Hungary. Budapest even threatened to initiate a review of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU.
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