Cyrillic alphabet will be introduced, Croatian PM says
VARAŽDIN -- Croatia’s PM Zoran Milanović says rights of ethnic minorities must be respected and that the Cyrillic alphabet will be introduced in the town of Vukovar.
Zoran Milanović (Beta, file)
“The Social Democratic Party of Croatia (SDP) is a party that decided more than 20 years ago to respect the rights of minorities. We are a party of all Croatian citizens and that is why we need to respect their rights,” he said on Friday.
“Croatia did not fight against the Cyrillic script but against aggressors,” Milanović added.
He stressed that the “SDP is a better party than some who think that only they know what Croatian national interests are”.
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