Will Polish students living in Lithuania study from textbooks appropriate for the twenty-first century? On Thursday, January 25, this problem was discussed in the Polish Discussion Club. The debate took
Participating in the proceedings of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Rita Tamašunienė, the starost of the parliamentary fraction of EAPL–CFA and the Lithuanian representative in PACE, stressed that there were few voters against the progressive resolution. Thus, the majority of PACE members were in favor of protecting regional and minority languages.
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