"Propaganda of revisionist ideas in Hungary does not contribute to the development of Ukrainian-Hungarian relations. The Hungarian ambassador will be summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, to whose attention the unacceptability of Viktor Orban's act will be brought," ministry's spokesman Oleg Nikolenko said on Facebook.
This comes after Prime Minister Orban wore a scarf at a football game with an image of "Greater Hungary" -- the country's pre-1918 borders, which included territories that are now part of Ukraine.
Romania's Foreign Ministry also conveyed its "firm disapproval" over the matter to the Hungarian envoy in Bucharest as "Great Hungary" also included the now-Romanian region of Transylvania.
Source: Anadolu Agency