Yermak spoke about the outcome of the new negotiations between Kyiv and Budapest

Andriy Yermak, head of the President's Office, spoke about the results of the new negotiations between the Ukrainian delegation led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Pyotr Siarto and the Hungarian delegation.

He stated this in his post, as he writes, “The European Truth”. telegram.

On the Ukrainian side, Yermak and his representatives, Deputy Prime Ministers Olga Stepanishina and Mykhailo Fedorov, Minister of Education and Science Oksen Lizovy, Deputy Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Yevan Perebinis and others met in online format. participated in; The Hungarian delegation was headed by Foreign Minister Peter Szijardo.

“Of the 11 points proposed by the Hungarian side, five points have actually been agreed upon. There are agreed positions on the issues of national communities, which have been developed and fixed in advance by working groups. Work is underway and will be finalized as soon as possible,” Ermak said.

He also announced significant progress in expanding logistics and transport capabilities along the Ukrainian-Hungarian border.

“Yes, already this month at the “Lushanka – Perekshuran” checkpoint, trucks without weight restrictions will be allowed. In addition, a new checkpoint “Velika Baladi – Nagikotosh” will be opened. This will help reduce queues at the border with Hungary,” Andriy Yermak said.

He said that joint working groups have been formed in each direction of bilateral cooperation and they have already prepared proposals for solutions.

A few days before that, the head of the OP had a telephone conversation with Peter Tsiardow, and on Wednesday Tsiardow met the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba in Brussels.

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Kuleba said after the meeting “More constructive” awaits On relations with Hungary, the Hungarian minister also noted “steps to restore mutual trust”.

On Thursday, Dmytro Kuleba said Ukraine responded to Hungary's demands presented during the Uzhhorod meeting at the end of January. To open the eighth tranche for the European Peace Fund In the amount of 500 million Euros.

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