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Eastern European countries don't want binding of EU subsidies to the legal regulations

The leaders of the countries of Eastern Europe were opposed to binding EU subsidies in the framework of the European economic recovery plan after a crisis COVID-19 to the European standards of a legal state.

According to Belgian television channel LN24, on this approach, earlier insisted the Prime Minister of the Netherlands mark Rutte in the course held in Brussels the extraordinary summit of the EU on harmonization of multi-year budget plan and Fund post-crisis recovery of the economy of the Union.

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan and Hungary have agreed on information exchange

The foreign Ministry of Uzbekistan and Hungary signed a Memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the field of diplomatic training and the exchange of information and documentation, said on Thursday the press service of the Uzbek foreign Ministry.

According to the press service, on Thursday, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan Abdulaziz Kamilov met with Minister of foreign economic relations and foreign Affairs of Hungary Peter Siyyarto, who arrived in Tashkent with a working visit.

Hungary will once again restrict entry to prevent the increase of cases COVID-19

Hungary from among the newly-imposed restrictions on entry into the country to prevent the spread of coronavirus infections, reports Reuters with reference to the Gergely Goulash - the head of administration of the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

According to the Agency, such decision is connected with the surge in the incidence COVID-19 in several countries. In may, Hungary had released most of the introduced due to coronavirus entry restrictions and opened its borders for citizens of European Union countries and neighboring States that are not members of the EU. According to the Goulash, the imposition of restrictions is necessary in order to avoid re-introduction measures in the country.

Belgium will not open borders with countries outside the EU

Belgium does not intend to lift restrictions on travel to countries outside the EU, in accordance with the adopted last Tuesday by the recommendations of the Council of the European Union, told Belgian newspaper Le Soir.

According to him, the decision was made Tuesday following the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers. It is expected that details will be published later in the message of the Belgian Ministry of foreign Affairs.

The Croatian President has criticized Orban's territorial claims

The Croatian President Zoran Milanovic rebuked Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban in the presence of territorial claims and stirring up nationalist ambitions of the Hungarians abroad.

Orban last Saturday opened in Sátoraljaújhely on the border with Slovakia monument to the "Hungarian Golgotha" in connection with the centenary of the signing of the Trianon peace Treaty at the end of the First world war, in which Hungary lost two thirds of its territory. On the monument depicts a map of the former Hungarian territories with parts of present-day Austria, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine and Croatia – 12.5 thousand settlements. Among them, the largest Croatian seaport, industrial and economic center – the city of Rijeka on the Adriatic sea.

Hungary would open its border with Croatia

The Croat-Hungarian border open to the free movement of citizens of both countries on Friday morning, said the head of the Hungarian foreign Minister Peter Siyyarto.

According to the Minister, the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban and the head of the government of Croatia Andrey Plenkovich Tuesday during a telephone conversation discussed a number of topics, including the opening of the border. Szijjártó noted that earlier it was decided to open Hungary's borders with Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Serbia. The opening of borders does not adversely affect the spread of the coronavirus.

Lukashenko said improving relations with the EU

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that Minsk relations with the EU become more pragmatic, equitable and productive, and NATO - all the more trustworthy.

This Lukashenka's statement made at the talks with the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban, who visited Belarus on his first official visit.