Russian Foreign Ministry: Moscow and Budapest are concerned about Kiev’s “Ukrainization” policy
Moscow and Budapest are concerned about Kiev’s policy of total “Ukrainization” of the country writes the Russian foreign ministry following the meeting between Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Tyitov, and Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó, and Foreign Affairs Secretary Zsolt Csutora in Budapest.
The Russian foreign ministry informed TASSZ news agency that the parties agreed that the Ukrainian crisis must be resolved in the context of the Minsk agreement, which doesn’t have alternative.
They expressed their deep concerns over Kiev policy of total “Ukrainization” of the country and its detrimental impact on Ukraine‘s national minorities.
According to the Russian foreign ministry, the parties agreed on several global issues as well, including the peaceful settlement of the Syrian and Korean crisis as well as the peaceful resolution of Western Balkan issues.
Russia and Hungary are committed to the defence of Christian values and the values of European civilization, which are the key to “normal development of society and prosperity for future generations”.
The parties also reviewed issues of bilateral relations and Russia’s relations with the EU and NATO;
they discussed the timetable for political contact and the perspectives of bilateral cooperation.
According to the Russian foreign ministry, the parties have emphasized their interest in deepening commercial and economic cooperation, including joint implementation of atomic energy and gas infrastructure projects.
Source: MTI – hungarianambiance.com