Ukrainian and Hungarian presidents seek increased cooperation in energy, infrastructure, agriculture
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in New York City met Hungarian President Janos Ader and agreed on stepping up a bilateral political dialog at the highest level.
The press service of the Ukrainian president reported on Wednesday that Ader confirmed the unwavering support for sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and continuation of the policy of sanctions against Russia.
The Hungarian President supported the provision of the visa-free regime for Ukraine as soon as possible.
Poroshenko thanked Hungary for the provision of financial and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and treatment of Ukrainian military.
The parties agreed on enhancing economic cooperation, particularly in the spheres of energy, agriculture and infrastructure projects.
Ader confirmed his participation in the activities on the 75th anniversary of the Babyn Yar tragedy that will be held on September 29 in Kyiv.