Macedonia’s PM against official use of Albanian language

21 July 2007

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(Skopje, DTT-NET.COM)-The head of Macedonia's government Nikol Gruevski has rejected calls for complete official use of Albanian language in the country thus sparking different interpretations of the 2001 Ohrid Agreement and May Agreement on the issue with the main party of Ethnic Albanians.

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