Hungary is ready to take 20 wounded soldiers from the ATO zone for treatment

13 January 2016 16:16  15113682 0114796
Hungary is ready to take 20 wounded soldiers from the ATO zone for treatment

This was announced in Uzhgorod by the Deputy State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affais and Trade of Hungary Zsolt Csutora at the meeting with the head of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration Hennadiy Moskal. Recall that last autumn, on the initiative of the Hungarian Ministry of Defence, twenty Ukrainian servicemen wounded during military operations in the Donbass were treated in this country. And now, Hungary has expressed willingness to receive as many more Ukrainians .In addition, Z.Csutora reported that the EU decided to allocate 70 million euros for infrastructure development of border regions of Ukraine and the four EU countries that border to each other.

Half of the amount (35 million euros) will be allocated for Ukraine. During the meeting, which was also attended by the heads of the Consulates General of Hungary in Uzhgorod and Beregovo and representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affais and Trade of Hungary, they discussed economic and political issues, including providing better conditions for the development of the Hungarian community in Transcarpathia. H.Moskal congatulated Z.Csutora on the high result, which the Party of Hungarians of Ukraine (KMKS) received at the local elections, and stressed that the program principles of the KMKS would be much easier to accomplish if its representatives are integrated into the government. As you know, the head of the KMKS faction was elected first deputy chairman of the regional council, in addition, representatives of the Hungarian community will soon receive a number of executive positions in the structural units of the regional state administration.

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