Commenting on Hungary’s demand to debate the Ukrainian law on education and cancel the agreement on association with Ukraine, the Swedish diplomat Carl Bildt called it ‘dirty games’, Radio Svoboda reports Oct. 12.
“Hungarians are in the habit of playing dirty games on domestic political issues, the same they ones they played against Slovakia or now against Romania. This is filthy nationalist policy pursued by Hungary,” he said.
Meanwhile, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the influential European politician, said the agreement on association had become law and cannot be revoked.
He also said he does not see any problems with the Ukrainian law on education. Hungarians have no evidence whatever that the law runs counter to European principles.