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petek, 28 januarja, 2022

Minority reps protest as bilingual signs vandalised again

By: P.T., STA

After another spray-painting of the Slovenian names on bilingual city limit signs in Austria’s Carinthia, Slovenian minority organisations condemned the incidents once again.

The National Council of Carinthian Slovenians (NSKS) said that these were systemic and well-organised acts are attempts to erase the Slovenian language in the public in Carinthia. Community of Carinthian Slovenians (SKS) president Bernard Sadovnik called on the locals to help the police find the perpetrators.

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