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Nemeth: CoE emergency resolution defends current minority education system in Ukraine

October 12th, 2017

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has approved an emergency resolution with 80 percent support concerning the new education law of Ukraine, head of parliament's foreign affairs committee Zsolt Nemeth, of ruling Fidesz, said on Thursday. As a result, the CoE has stood up in defence of the current minority education system, Nemeth said. The resolution approved after a debate about Ukraine's education law at the PACE session in Strasbourg states that it is necessary to improve the conditions of education in the official language of the state but this does not justify the transformation of education into a bilingual system. The CoE's position is that the conditions of education in the official language of the state should be improved within the framework of the current unilingual minority education system, Nemeth added.


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