Carinthian Slovenians urging bilingual signposts to be set up

Klagenfurt, 7 September - The Slovenian Consensus for Constitutional Rights (SKUP), a political group of the Slovenian minority in Austria, urged on Monday the mayors of the municipalities in the bilingual area in the state of Carinthia to set up bilingual place names in 37 villages, including Suetschach and Plescherken.

Klagenfurt, Austria
A bilingual city limit sign in Austria's Carinthia.
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