Ivan Baloha met with the head of the Hungarian Parliament

10 October 2012 12:00  5322317 022851
Ivan Baloha met with the head of the Hungarian Parliament

Chairman of the Hungarian Parliament Laszlo Kever today, October 10, arrived to Transcarpathia with an official visit - reported the press service of the regional council.

According to the program of the visit, on the Ukrainian-Hungarian border near Chop the distinguished guest was welcomed by the council chairman Ivan Baloha, manager of the council executive staff Mykhailo Popovich, Deputy Governor Ivan Kachur, Consul General of Hungary in Uzhgorod Jozsef Bochkayi, Consul General of Hungary in Beregovo Istvan Toth. 

Laszlo Kever and Ivan Baloha had brief talks in the hall for delegations. Laszlo Kever first noted that Hungary will continue to favor the expansion of the European Union. "As for Ukraine, European integration is important in the framework of the Eastern Partnership program. This is the position of your country's European neighbors.   The most important thing in our relationship is stability and development. We are interested in the democratic progress of Ukraine", - said Laszlo Kever. 

Ivan Baloha expressed his gratitude for the support of Hungary in the European integration aspirations of our country. This meeting is another step in stremgthening relations between the two countries and neighboring regions in all spheres: economic, social, cultural, as well as investment policy, - said the head of the regional council.        

Also Ivan Baloha emphasized the need for improvement of visa issuance procedure for Transcarpathians and further cooperation in the cultural sphere. 

Note: Laszlo Kever - Member of Parliament since 1990. Chairman of the Hungarian Parliament.He headed the National Security Committee for two terms, was the Acting President of Hungary. Founder of Fidesz - Hungarian Civic Union party (since 1988).

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