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Montenegrin language school in Pristina banned (Gracanicaonline.info)

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The portal Gracanica Online reports that, quoting the Association of Montenegrins statement, the Office of the Commissioner for Languages at the Office of the Prime Minister of Kosovo, did not allow the establishment of a “School of Montenegrin Language and Culture in Pristina”, explaining that the project did not meet expectations, therefore did not receive sufficient points to qualify as a possible project for financing.

-Such an answer does not stand, because the project meets the highest European criteria, standards and regulations, and the Montenegrin community considers the final decision of the Complaints Commission as discriminatory and offensive. Such a decision confirms our earlier assertions that Montenegrins are seriously threatened by certain Kosovo institutions and individuals, and that the process of systematic assimilation continues without mercy. The Kosovo Montenegrin Association will continue to do its utmost to find mechanisms to protect and improve our overall position within the Kosovo institutions – concludes the statement.

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