Slovenia Urged to Recognize More Minority Languages

Strasbourg, 22 April - The Council of Europe has urged Slovenia to recognize German, Croatian and Serbian as traditional minority languages. Moreover, the council's latest report on minority languages advises the country to overcome the gap between the existing legislation and practice in cases of Hungarian and Italian languages.

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