Anna Wynn | Nov 3, 2018 | 3
Hungary vetoes NATO-Ukraine Commitssion session
Hungary has prevented a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission from being held on December 6, news portal Origo reported on Friday.
According to the portal, the Hungarian move was motivated by Ukraine’s education law, which impacts national minorities in that country.
Origo said that Hungary’s veto was a “huge blow” for Ukraine, which aspires for NATO membership.
The Hungarian government made it clear earlier that it would thwart Ukraine’s efforts at international forums unless that country throws out relevant stipulations.
Source: MTI/Origo/Hungary English News