The leader of the Hungarian "Jobbik" party was banned from entering Ukraine
One of the leaders of the Hungarian radical party "Jobbik" Istvan Sawai was banned from entering Ukraine for five years.
This was reported by the Mukachevo.net citing the party site alfahir.hu.
Sawai said the decision of the Ukrainian government has no reason and justification. After all, it concerns the restriction of his personal life as his wife is from Transcarpathia, she is a local Hungarian and a citizen of Ukraine.
A similar fate befell another representative of "Jobbik" - Lorant Gegedush. The latter found out that only when trying to cross the border. However, the politician received no explanations on the matter.
Previously, several party members, including Sawai, were banned from entering Romania for a period of one year.
Recall that Sawai has repeatedly stated that the aim of the "Jobbik" party is the creation of Rusyn-Hungarian autonomy in Transcarpathia. The party representatives were present as official observers at the "referendum" in Crimea and "elections" in the self-proclaimed republics in the Donbas.