Marki-Zay pledges support to Zelensky
He wrote that it was in the fundamental interest of the Hungarians of Transcarpathia that Ukraine should emerge independent and democratic “against the aggressor”.
Marki-Zay also expressed pride that Hungarians were “taking part in this heroic struggle”.
In the letter seen by MTI on Wednesday, he said the united opposition, if it came to power in the April 3 election, intended to form Hungarian foreign policy based on a national consensus and return the country to “the core values and objectives of the Euro-Atlantic alliance”.
He pledged to help Ukraine find “a stable place and role in the Euro-Atlantic community” as quickly as possible, and he vowed full support for the start of Ukrainian EU accession negotiations as well as during the accession process.