Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Bosnia should also be granted candidate status
20. 06. 2022.
On Monday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán attended a video conference in preparation for the EU summit to be held on Thursday and Friday at the initiative of President of the European Council Charles Michel together with the Belgian, Bulgarian, Estonian, Luxembourger and Maltese prime ministers, Bertalan Havasi, the Deputy State Secretary heading the Press Office of the Prime Minister informed the Hungarian news agency MTI.

Mr Orbán agreed with the EU proposal that Ukraine and Moldova should be granted EU member candidate status. He added at the same time that Hungary shares the view, together with several other Member States, that Georgia and Bosnia, too, should be granted membership candidacy within the same timeframe, the press chief reported.