The Committee of the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe for cultural Affairs has determined that Estonian MP Andres Herkel as Rapporteur will prepare a draft resolution on the normal language of the Ukrainian educational law. This publication reports European true.
The publication claims that this decision should play in favor of Ukraine, because Herkel previously expressed political support for Ukraine. In addition, the Ukrainian delegation lobbied for his election.
Estonian MP versed in the functioning of the state with the presence of linguistic minorities and has no apparent sympathy for Hungarian, which expresses key concerns with Ukraine about the law.
The candidacy of the Austrian Stefan Senaha who was supported by the Hungarian deputies, rejected.
Herkel will submit a draft resolution Tuesday night.
Earlier it was reported that at the current PACE session, which will be held in Strasbourg from 9 to 13 October inclusive, can get an urgent debate on the new education act, which has caused a mixed reaction of Ukraine’s neighbors.
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