Newly elected President of Hungary János Áder will not take part in the summit of leaders of the countries of the Central and Eastern Europe in Yalta, which is to take place on May 11-12.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Hungary to Ukraine Mihaly Bayer said this to journalists today.

“The President of Hungary was elected on May 2, he will take office on May 10, so far I do not have information (concerning participation in the summit – UNIAN). Now we have a temporary President, who will not fulfil the duties of the President during the summit”, - said M. Bayer.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Presidents of Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Bulgaria and Albania have already announced about their refusal to visit the summit.