Ukraine’s EOP status hasn’t solved problem with Hungary

NATO has granted Ukraine the Enhanced Opportunity Partnership status because of the active bilateral cooperation, but this does not mean that the problems with the organization of ministerial meetings within the NATO-Ukraine Commission have already been solved

“NATO Allies have decided to grant Ukraine the Enhanced Opportunity Partnership status because Ukraine has proven to be a highly valued partner for NATO, we work with them in many different ways. This is a way to further deepen our partnership with Ukraine,” – said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

As reported, Hungary blocks Ukraine’s participation at the level of ministers of defence and foreign affairs in the format of the NATO-Ukraine Commission due to disagreement with the provisions of the Law of Ukraine “On Education”, which entered into force on 28 September 2017 and defines the state language of Ukraine as the language of the educational process in the Ukrainian educational establishments. 


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