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“Hungary and Russia are unanimous every reason is in place to press for compliance with the Minsk accords and for arranging a dialogue between Kiev and those who signed he Minsk accords on the other side,” Lavrov said.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said all parties to the Ukraine peace settlement process who had signed the Minsk accords in September 2014 should fulfill them.
Szijjarto said negotiations should be based on Minsk agreements and all participating parties should remain committed to them.
The common task today is to prevent a split in Europe, a situation where the countries on the continent turn into enemies instead of being allies, he said.
He said his country was seeking to help an earliest possible stabilization of the situation as this would serve Hungary's interests.
Hungary supports the idea of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and it will render any type of assistance that Kiev might need in the process of structural reforms, he said.