Hungary–Ukraine border

The Hungary–Ukraine border is an internationally established boundary between Hungary and Ukraine. Ukraine inherited it from the Soviet Union.

Hungarian and Ukrainian boundary markers

The current border was established after World War II when Zakarpattia Oblast was admitted into Ukraine, which at the time was part of the Soviet Union as the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. The border stretches for 136.7 km (84.9 mi) along the Tisza river valley.[1][2]

After the admission of Hungary to the European Union, the border security became the responsibility of the union, as well.

Border checkpointsEdit

Road
Chop   M25   E573   Záhony
Vylok   M26   E58 491   Tiszabecs
Luzhanka   M24   Beregsurány
Dzvinkove     Lónya
Kosyno   M25   Barabás
Rail
Chop     Záhony
Solovka     Eperjeske freight only

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Erőss, Ágnes; Kovály, Katalin; Tátrai, Partrik (2016). Effects of the Ukrainian Crisis in Transcarpathia: The Hungarian Perspective (PDF). CMR Working Papers, No. 92/150. University of Warsaw, Centre of Migration Research (CMR). p. 17. hdl:10419/180979.
  2. ^ ICPDR (2008). Analysis of the Tisza River Basin 2007 (PDF) (Report). ICPDR – International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River.

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