Italian Minority Protection Act to be Fully Implemented Shortly

Udine/Ajdovščina, 6 November - The premier of Italy's Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, Renzo Tondo, told representatives of the Slovenian minority in Italy in Udine on Thursday that he would probably sign in short a decree of the minority protection act, which would enable the use of the Slovenian language in public.

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