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Poroshenko agreed with Orban to continue dialogue regarding Law on education

He also assured that the countries that are trying to block Ukrainian integration into NATO will themselves be in isolation
20:23, 14 July 2018
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko agreed with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on the continuation of the dialogue regarding implementation of an article of the new Ukrainian law "On Education." He said this in an interview with the TV channel 112 Ukraine.

"We have and we need to have a dialogue with the Hungarians, and I can say that at the NATO summit I had a short meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, and we agreed that at the level of foreign ministers and education ministers we will immediately continue this dialogue and we implement the decision of the Venice Commission. But Ukraine will defend its national interests, the actions of the Ukrainian authorities and the actions of the Ukrainian president will proceed from the national interests of Ukraine," he said.

He also assured that the countries that are trying to block Ukrainian integration into NATO will themselves be in isolation.

"The second position is that no one will be able to block Ukraine's integration into NATO, neither from the outside, I mean Russia, nor from Ukraine, nor from the middle of NATO. One can not talk with blackmail to Ukraine. Anyone who will talk to us in the language of blackmail, will be in isolation himself, "Poroshenko stressed.

We recall, Hungary has repeatedly received from the leadership of NATO indications that disagreements with Ukraine on the language issue - this is a bilateral dispute.

Hungary plans to continue to block Ukraine's desire for Euro-Atlantic integration.

The summit participants in Brussels adopted a declaration, which officially confirms Ukraine's aspirations for membership in the Alliance.

Earlier, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he would block any decision at a NATO summit on July 11-12 in Brussels following a meeting with Ukraine and Georgia.
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