The conclusions of the Venice Commission on the law of Ukraine on education will be ready for December session. About this UNIAN correspondent was informed in the Secretariat of the Commission.
“Insights preparing for the December session of the Venice Commission”, – said in the Secretariat.
September 14, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of foreign Affairs of Bulgaria Ekaterina Zaharieva said that the foreign Ministers of Hungary, Romania, Greece and Bulgaria will send a letter to the OSCE with the “signal” that the new law of Ukraine about education should not affect the rights of national minorities.
October 3, foreign Minister of Hungary péter Szijjártó stated that Hungary and Romania intend to join efforts in order to change the education act.
The European Commission spokesperson maja Kocijancic said in Brussels that Ukraine should take into account the opinion of the Venice Commission in the implementation of the education act.
On 29 September, the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine sent to the education act for consideration to the Venice Commission.