Hungarians rallied for self-determination of Transcarpathia

Венгры митинговали за "самоопределение" Закарпатья

The participants in Budapest believe that the “Transcarpathia belongs to Hungary, according to the law”.

Friday night in Budapest at the Embassy of Ukraine to Hungary held a rally under the name of self-Determination for Transcarpathia. This was announced by Ukraine’s Ambassador to Hungary Love Nepop.

“Action under the Embassy of Ukraine in Budapest, protesting against which he expressed the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine, because the organizers had said from the beginning that they advocate “self-determination of Transcarpathia and freedom Ruthenian, Polish, Bulgarian, Romanian, Armenian national communities residing on the territory of Ukraine,” protest against “the barbarism of the coup, which captured Ukraine, and with it the Hungarian national brothers,” wrote Nepop on his page in Facebook.

In response to the protest of the Ukrainian Hungarian side informed about the right to peaceful Assembly and the exercise of the protests, during which participants freely Express their opinions, and the right to a report jointly formulated positions, continued the Ambassador.

“I am convinced that the use of these rights does not justify the inscription on the back of a participant: “Transcarpathia rightfully belongs to Hungary. Self-determination for all oppressed Nations who were forced to live in the Ukraine”… And to complete the picture, the official flag of the Catalan autonomy”, – said Napop.

As reported Корреспондент.neton 5 September the Verkhovna Rada adopted the law, which begins the education reform in Ukraine. This document, in particular, specifies that the language of the educational process in educational institutions is the only state language. The languages of national minorities, including Russian, will be studied only till the fifth grade, but in 2020 this rule will not be education in Ukraine will be Ukrainian as a whole.

After the adoption of the law on education, the strained relations of Ukraine with neighbouring countries, primarily Romania and Hungary.

So, Minister of foreign Affairs of Hungary Peter Siyyarto appealed to the UN high Commissioner for human rights to conduct an investigation because of the Ukrainian law on education. He also denied a meeting with Pavlo Klimkin.

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