The meeting started right after Poroshenko had a meeting with the President of Hungary Janos Ader.
As we reported earlier, President Poroshenko announced that there are thousands of photos, video, satellite images, eye witnesses and other evidences of Russian military presence in Donbas. This was stated during Poroshenko’s address at the UN General Assembly.
Parties agreed to activate bilateral political dialogue on higher level. Ader confirmed Hungarian stable position as for support of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as extending sanctions policy against Russia.
Poroshenko thanked Hungary for providing their financial and humanitarian support for Ukraine, and treatment of Ukrainian military men. The counterparts agreed to strengthen economic cooperation, specifically in energy and agriculture sectors and in infrastructural projects.