Jobbik President Gábor Vona declared unwelcome in Ukraine

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

In a "Heti Válasz" interview, Jobbik Party Chairman Gábor Vona indicated that he was also declared persona non grata in Ukraine with three other Jobbik members of the Hungarian parliament.

The weekly magazine reported that Vona speculated on the reasons led the Ukrainian government to declare him unwelcome in the country; among them he mentioned his "alleged pro-Putin stand, the Jobbik's move to the centre of the political spectrum and the party's growing chances to win the next general election.

The Jobbik chairman did not disclose any further details or information on the issue. Earlier, the Ukrainian government declared Jobbik Deputy-Floor Leader Márton Gyöngyösi, Adrienn Szaniszló, and Jobbik vice-President István Szávay persona non grata.

(MTI –


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