Klimkin hopes for assistance to communities of Ukraine, Hungary after changing name of post of government envoy for Zakarpattia
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has expressed hope that the governments of Ukraine and Hungary will be able to help the Ukrainian and Hungarian communities after changing the name of the post of government commissioner for Zakarpattia.
"Hungary has changed the name of its representative. Now, I hope, we can really cooperate, and our governments together will simultaneously help the Ukrainian and Hungarian communities," Klimkin wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.
As reported, Hungary changed the name of the post of government envoy for Transcarpathia, which provoked resistance from Ukraine, to "the authorized minister responsible for the development of cooperation between the Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg county and Zakarpattia region, as well as for coordinating the program of children's educational institutions of the Carpathian region."
A respective decision was published in the official journal of the Hungarian Justice Ministry on October 29.
This post is still occupied by Istvan Grezsa.