Hungary and Romania said they would block their neighbour Ukraine from integrating further with the European Union in retaliation for Kiev’s decision to end teaching in minority languages including Hungarian an Romanian.

Ukraine passed a law obliging teachers to use only Ukrainian in secondary schools - a move that has already drawn protests from its biggest neighbour, Russia.

Kiev’s government said it wanted to integrate minorities into society and make it easier for them to get public se...

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