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Ukraine’s Honorary Consulate-General opened in Hungary’s Szeged

Ukraine’s Ambassador to Budapest Lyubov Nepop stated that soon the participants of the anti-terrorist operation in Donbas and Joint Forces Operation will go to rehab in Hungary
11:57, 2 July 2019

Ukraine’s Honorary Consulate-General opened in Hungary, July 2, 2019
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Ukraine’s Honorary Consulate-General was opened in Hungary’s Szeged on July 2, as Ukraine’s Ambassador to Budapest Lyubov Nepop reported on Facebook.

“I handed a consular patent to the Honorary Consul Sándor Rovtu who worked as Ukraine’s Honorary Consul in Szeged since 2008 and managed to do a lot of things for the development of Ukraine-Hungary ties,” Nepop wrote.

She noted that last year, under Rovtu’s initiative in Szeged the monument to Holodomor victims in Ukraine in 1932-1933 was installed.

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“Soon, with the financial aid of Rovtu and M. Inachi the participants of ATO (Anti-Terrorist Operation, - ed.) and Joint Forces Operation will go to rehab. We will continue working together in the interest of our states and our nations,” the Ambassador added.

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Earlier, at the meeting with Áder János, Hungary’s leader, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky noted that he hopes to restore Budapest’s support of Ukraine’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration.

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