EU decided to start accession negotiations with Ukraine despite Hungary's objection

EU Initiates Accession Talks with Ukraine Despite Hungary's Opposition

European Union leaders decided to start accession negotiations with Ukraine, despite the open opposition of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who did not use his veto right. The European Union decided to start accession negotiations with Ukraine after Hungary abstained; Georgia was given candidate status. European Council President Charles Michel said, "This is a very strong political signal, a very strong political decision" regarding the outcome of the leaders' summit in Brussels. said.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy described the decision as "a victory for Ukraine." A victory for all of Europe." He described it as. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said, "A strategic decision and a day that will be engraved in the history of the bloc." he said. Leyen said, "We are proud to fulfill our promises and happy for our partners." she said.

Meanwhile, the EU agreed with Bosnia and Herzegovina "once the necessary degree of compliance with the membership criteria is reached". announced that he would start negotiations. The European Commission will need to report on the Balkan country's progress by March to decide on the next steps. The progress achieved at the leaders' summit held in Brussels came amid veto threats from Hungarian

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