(UKRAINE) Ministry of Foreign Affairs Report: Hungary has excluded the country from the ‘Gas Transit Deal’ after they signed with Russia #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.29: The Foreign Minister called on Hungarian partners not to promote emotions.On September 27, Hungary signed a new contract with Gazprom in Budapest …..

#AceDailyNews says according to UNIAN Hungary has excluded Ukraine from the gas transit scheme at the request of Russia – Kuleb The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba states that Hungary signed a contract with the Russian gas monopoly Gazprom in order to exclude Ukraine from the gas transit scheme at Russia’s request.

On September 27, Hungary signed a new contract with Gazprom in Budapest / Photo UNIAN
Photo UNIAN: Veth: Sept.28, 2021

According to an UNIAN correspondent, Kuleba told reporters: I am against the fact that in this situation we are guided by emotions – we or our Hungarian partners. We do not deny the right of Hungary to enter into agreements with Gazprom, but we clearly see that economically Hungary could enter into no less economically advantageous contract. would include transit through Ukraine, “Kuleba said…….

The Foreign Minister stated that the agreement between Hungary and Russia is not in Ukraine’s interests: We understand that the exclusion of Ukraine from the transit scheme was a requirement of the Russian Federation – Hungary agreed to this requirement. It is not in our interests. We protect our interests,” the minister added.

Kuleba believes that now it is necessary to look for a way out of the situation in such a way as to satisfy the interests of both Ukraine and Hungary at the same time: “I urge Hungarian partners not to stir up emotions now. They often say different things about Ukraine that we do not like, but we do not react to them emotionally. We must act pragmatically, look for a way out of this crisis that will meet the interests of both Ukraine and Hungary. , and also meets the interests of Europe “, – said Kuleba.

The Foreign Minister confirmed Ukraine’s appeal to the European Commission regarding the Hungarian-Russian contract.

“We will talk to the European Commission because it is important to understand how this agreement affects the energy security of the European Union as a whole,” he added.

What preceded

On September 27, Hungary signed a new long-term contract in Budapest with the Russian concern Gazprom for the supply of gas bypassing Ukraine.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine expressed disappointment with the signing by Hungary and Russia of a long-term contract for the supply of gas bypassing Ukraine.

(c)UNIAN 2021:

#AceNewsDesk report ……..Published: Sept.29: 2021:

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” EU-Ukraine Association Agreement maybe signed as soon `New Stable Government’ is formed in the country”

#AceWorldNews says that the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement may be signed as soon as a new stable government is formed in the country, Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said in Budapest on Monday at a meeting of the foreign ministers of the Visegrad Group (V4) said, uniting four Central European States – Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

“After setting Yulia Tymoshenko free Ukraine has fulfilled all the terms of signing the Association Agreement,” he said. “The treaty waits for signing and, as soon as Ukraine forms a stable government, it can be signed.”

Sikorski commented on the fact that Verkhovna Rada speaker and Ukraine’s interim president Oleksandr Turchynov confirmed the country’s intention to resume the European course, maintaining at the same time good relations with Russia.


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