“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.
“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.
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.