NATO says there were no plans to hold a NATO-Ukraine Commission in December, as a NATO official told Unian.
The issue arised after the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary announced that the country blocked the NATO-Ukraine Commission, as it couldn’t support Ukraine’s integral aspirations.
A NATO official also emphasized that the Alliance is “devoted to strong partnership with Ukraine” and that the Commission is held regularly on different levels, while the last one was held last July in Kyiv.
The Ukrainian-Hungarian relationship tensed after Ukraine adopted its education law, according to which, more classes are to be taught in Ukrainian than before. While other countries are coming to terms with the new law, Hungary is finding it hard. The country says it limits the rights of the ethnic minorities.
Previously the country said it would cease to support Ukraine on the international arena.