Council of Europe urges recognition of minority languages in Slovenia
Strasbourg, 23 September - The Croatian, German and Serbian languages should be recognised as minority languages traditionally spoken in Slovenia, says the latest set of recommendations to the country by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. The committee also calls for sufficient funding for television programmes in the Hungarian and Italian languages.
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