Ukraine accommodated Hungary and implemented 6 of 7 recommendations given by the Venice Commission relating to the legislation on education. Vadym Prystaiko, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that as Liga.net informs.
"The way the law applies to them is being denoted in the new draft legislation on Secondary Education, our colleagues from the Ministry of Education are working on it and I think that these changes will be supported by the Parliament," he said.
Right after paying attention to these corrections Hungary unblocked NATO Ambassadors' joint statement for Ukraine.
According to Prystaiko, the last recommendation tells about private schools.
The MFA Head reported that not everything was clear in the statement of Hungarian MFA Peter Szijarto.
As it was reported earlier, Budapest had taken its veto off the statement made by the Ukraine-NATO committee. This was due to the fact that the Hungarian side's proposals were included in the document just after its official deadline for passing had expired.