On April 6, Hunor Kelemen, the leader of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania, was not allowed to enter Ukraine. According to the leader of the Democratic Alliance, he was heading to Uzhgorod to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the foundation of the Cultural Alliance of Hungarian in Sub-Carpathia.
“I could have done that if the Ukrainian authorities, after one hour of senseless waiting and border control, would have let me enter the country. They denied my right to enter the country without any explanation. They simply informed me that I cannot cross the border,” Klemen wrote on Facebook.
The leader of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania pointed out that he had informed the Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs about the incident and on Monday, and he would also ask for clarifications from the Ukrainian Embassy in Bucharest.