Media: school in Transcarpathia took the symbols of Hungary

СМИ: Со школы на Закарпатье сняли символы Венгрии

On the school building in the village of Solomonovo hung two flags

The Hungarian community is planning to file a complaint with law enforcement.

In the village of Solomonovo in Uzhgorod district, Transcarpathian region persons who were presented by employees of the SBU, removed from the building of the local school Hungarian characters, writes the online edition of the Hungarians of Transcarpathia karpataljalap.net.

As Chairman of the local organization of the Society of Hungarian culture Transcarpathia Katalin Stick, was acquitted of all Hungarian symbols: the flag on the school building, in the lobby – the coat of arms and anthem of Hungary.

School Director Nora Lesco-Kovach said that it waited three persons who were presented by employees of SBU. Earlier they, according to her, already come to school ostensibly under the pretext of investigation for “spreading separatist ideas” some of the teachers.

The Chairman of Uzhgorod regional organization of the Society of Hungarian culture Transcarpathia Libya Balog said that the acts provided a use in public places symbols of national minorities. Therefore, the organizations plan to file a complaint to the police.

It is also noted that in the village of Solomonovo 80% of the population are ethnic Hungarians.

In turn zakarpattya.net.ua says that on the front of the school in Solomon is not hanging the national flag of Hungary, and illegitimate in this country, the so-called unofficial state flag with coat of arms, which is actually the flag of the Hungarian Empire until 1918, the flag of the Kingdom of Hungary under Regent Miklós Horthy and the fascist Ferenc Salashi.

As reported Корреспондент.netthat relations between Ukraine and Hungary escalated after the entry into force of the law On education, which would increase the role of the Ukrainian language.

In the Hungarian foreign Ministry said that they will block the rapprochement between Ukraine and the EU because of the law on education.

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