ARMENIAN LANGUAGE INCLUDED IN UKRAINE’S BILL ON STATE LANGUAGE POLICY
Aug 30 2011
Ukrainian MPs registered in the Ukrainian parliament draft law “On the
basis of the state language policy” according to which the Armenian
is among other languages which can be “freely used” in the country.
The bill defines use of languages in Ukraine in accordance with
Constitution and the principles of language policy, reported
The draft law provides for free use of regional languages, including
Russian, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Armenian, Gagauz, Yiddish, Crimean
Tatar, Moldavian, German, Modern Greek, Polish, Romanian, Slovak
Also, the bill provides for educational opportunities in national
and regional languages, and languages of national minorities.
From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress