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AGERPRES special correspondent Cristian Lupascu reports: The Romanian and Ukrainian Foreign Ministers Teodor Melescanu and Pavlo Klimkin agreed on Thursday in Cernauti (Ukraine) to start negotiations on a protocol on the enforcement of Ukraine's new education law that should guarantee the right of this country's Romanian community to mother tongue education.
At the end of the meeting the Romanian chief diplomat said that Romania won't put to rest concerns over Ukraine's education law until "a realistic solution is found", underscoring that the regulatory act adopted by the Parliament in Kiev "has a negative impact on mother tongue education for the members of the local Romanian community."
"Me and Mr. Klimkin have agreed to open and close as soon as possible negotiations on a joint cooperation document, a protocol on the subjects related to the enforcement of the education law and the subsequent development of the secondary legislation," Melescanu said.
He underscored that Romania could serve to Ukraine as a model for the observance of minority rights, particularly the right to mother tongue education.
"Romania is also ready to share its experience as regards mother tongue education along with ensuring knowledge of Romanian, which is an official language. I want to assure you that our experience proves that it's possible to concomitantly attain both goals through balanced and realistic measures. Knowledge of the state language and education in the languages of national minorities," Melescanu said.
Attending the talks of the Foreign Ministers were also the two states' Ministers of Education Liviu Pop and Liliya Hrynevych.AGERPRES(RO - editor: Mihai Simionescu; EN - author: Simona Klodnischi, editor: Maria Voican)