The head of Transcarpathia threatened to «smash his face», the Deputy Minister

© RIA Novosti / Evgeny to Cotemporary in fotoreceptor of the Transcarpathian regional state administration Gennady Moskal. Archival photoThe head of Transcarpathia threatened to «smash his face», the Deputy Minister© RIA Novosti / Evgeny to Cotemporary the image Bank

The Deputy Minister of the temporarily occupied territories and internally displaced persons Georgy Tuka must go about their duties, and not to spread rumors about Transcarpathia, declared in interview to the edition «GORDON» the head of the Transcarpathian region Gennady Moskal.

Previously Tuck said that the region is distributed «soft separatism», which manifests itself in a large number of Hungarian passports to the local population, the availability flags of other countries in public institutions and the use of foreign language during formal events. «From my point of view, is one of the ways the so-called soft separatism. Officials who pretend this is not happening, just not in place,» said Tuck.

Moskal said in response about the lack of manifestations of separatism in Transcarpathia, noting that the national symbols of Hungary are not prohibited in Ukraine. «Who is this Fat? He lives in Transcarpathia was not!… Transcarpathia was not occupied by anyone. I somewhere met him in Kiev and be sure of it all will Express in colloquial form. Let the idiot Tuk comes and frees the occupied territory, not spreads rumors,» — said the Governor.

Moskal said that the Hungarians do not threaten Ukraine, since their population is 0.04% of the population. «Problems with the Hungarian community, and there was not — this is all far-fetched. Maybe Tuck — member of the FSB agents and shatters the situation?» he said.

«What are you talking about? I tuk get punched in the face, if he again will remember about Transcarpathia,» — concluded Moskal.

Earlier, foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin said that ethnic Hungarians are leaving EN masse Transcarpathian region. Foreign Minister péter Szijjártó has urged the OSCE to send a mission to the region. He noted that Budapest is concerned about univerersity shares in the region.

The tension in relations between Ukraine and Hungary came on the background of discussions about the Ukrainian law on education, which significantly decreases the possibility of studying in minority languages.