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MAE requests Ukraine to adopt necessary measures so that Romanians learn in their mother tongue

The Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) announced that it will continue to take steps with the international authorities to signal the negative impact of the legislative amendments in Ukraine's Education area and requests this country to adopt all necessary measures so that Romanians learn in their mother tongue.

2017-09-27 10:28:40

"The Foreign Affairs Ministry regrets that, despite all Romanian authorities' demarches with the Ukrainian side, which signalled that the Education Law in its current form significantly diminishes the rights of persons belonging to the Romanian minority, Ukraine′s President promulgated on 25 September the normative act," a MAE release reveals as reported by Agerpres.

MAE recalls Ukraine's commitment, which has been constantly conveyed to the Romanian side within all official contacts, of observing the relevant international norms and standards in protecting the rights of persons belonging to national minorities, as well as ensuring the fact that the level and quality of education provided in the Romanian language will not be affected by the new norms.

"MAE will continue its demarches, including with the international organisations with authority in the area (the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, the High Commissioner on National Minorities of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and the Venice Commission), to signal the negative impact of these legislative amendments in Ukraine′s education area. MAE is firmly requesting the Ukrainian authorities to adopt all necessary measures to ensure the right of persons belonging to the Romanian national minority of learning in their mother tongue," the release mentions.



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