Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko really wanted to meet with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijarto said. Earlier, the Security Service of Ukraine used the information about such a meeting as an explanation for Poroshenko's non-admission abroad. This was reported by the Telex.
At a hearing in the Hungarian parliament on December 4, Szijjarto said that Orban was happy to negotiate with anyone, including former foreign leaders.
He noted that the meeting was supposed to take place on Poroshenko's initiative, but did not discuss the topic.
"Let's not go into such science fiction," Szijarto said.
Earlier, we reported that the fifth president of Ukraine, People's Deputy Petro Poroshenko, was not allowed to travel abroad because he was going to meet with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, NV reports, citing its own source in the country's leadership.