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The Prime Ministers of the Visegrád Countries are deeply concerned about the recent violation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and the fact that the Russian parliament has authorized military action on Ukrainian soil against the wishes of the Ukrainian Government. This represents a serious escalation. We condemn all action threatening the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and call on to decrease the tensions immediately through dialogue, in full respect of Ukrainian and international law and in line with the provisions of the 1994 Budapest Memorandum.
The Foreign Affairs Council (FAC), made up of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of EU Member States, held an extraordinary meeting today to discuss the recent developments in Ukraine.
Hungary is fully committed to supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty and independence and condemns the violation of its territorial integrity, Minister of Foreign Affairs János Martonyi said on March 3.
The Foreign Ministers of the Visegrád Group and Bulgaria, Greece and Romania met in Budapest today in order to discuss issues of common interest to strengthen the cooperation between their countries and to exchange their views on current international developments, in particular the situation in Ukraine.
On 24 February, the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted a meeting for the foreign ministers of the Visegrád Four (V4) countries and three other European Union member states, Greece, Romania and Bulgaria.
Ambassador Szapáry visited Denver, Colorado, where he met with Hungarian organization representatives, local politicians as well as business leaders.
The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Visegrád countries - Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia - have discussed the recent developments in Ukraine.
Hungary is prepared for every eventuality in connection with the crisis in Ukraine, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in his regular Friday radio interview. Hungary is following the Ukrainian events with special regard to Hungarians living in Transcarpathia, in the western part of the country, he said, stressing that Hungary has expressed its sympathy and willingness to help Ukraine as well as declaring that Hungarians wish peace and safety for Ukrainians.
Taking sanctions against Ukraine has become „unavoidable” to pave the way for peaceful talks and a political solution to the crisis, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs Zsolt Neméth told commercial HírTV late 20 February 2014.