Romanian lawmakers agreed that the discussion of the Ukrainian law on education in the languages of national minorities are necessary in a constructive dialogue with Kiev. About this in his Twitter wrote the representative of the foreign Ministry Marian Betz, commenting on the visit of the head of Department Pavlo Klimkin in Bucharest.
“An important signal from Parliament of Romania – we are partners and for the constructive dialogue during the discussion on educational law,” she said.
Betz also added that today morning the foreign Minister gives interview to Romanian media says about the resonant law on education and the Russian aggression.
5 September 2017 the Parliament approved the reform of education. Under the new law, representatives of national minorities can receive education in their native language along with the state in preschool and elementary school, representatives of indigenous peoples in pre – school institutions and secondary schools. The next stages of learning provides the opportunity to study the language of the indigenous people or minorities as a separate subject.