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Serbs and Albanians learn each other’s language

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Aiming to be better prepared for their tasks and obligations as civil servants and to eliminate linguistic barriers, Serb community officials from Vushtrri/Vučitrn municipality have attended an Albanian language course.

Language Commissioner Slaviša Mladenović and Ms.Astrid Tors, the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities

Albanian civil servants also attended a Serbian language course in order to provide better services for the Serb community, daily Kosova Sot reported.
A ceremony of presentation of training certificates to 13 Albanian and five Serb civil servants was organised following the training. They were distributed by Vushtrri/Vučitrn mayor Bajram Mulaku and Andrea Najvritova, the project manager from the European Centre for National Minorities.
Mulaku assessed this as a successful project and thanked the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities for organising this training. (Luan Ibraj)

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