He said this live on the Ukraina television channel on Tuesday, January 26.
"I expect from my Hungarian colleague both [good] mood and concrete ideas on how we will move forward in bilateral relations, respecting each other. No one should think that it is possible to come to Kyiv and dictate some conditions here," Kuleba said.
As was reported earlier, Szijjarto will pay a working visit to Ukraine on January 27 at Kuleba's invitation.
The foreign ministers will hold a joint press conference at 11:10.
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