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Poland has not yet decided on attitude to Ukrainian education law, - ambassador
10:45, 26 September 2017
Poland has not yet decided on attitude to Ukrainian education law, - ambassador

Representatives of Poland want to meet with Minister of Science and Education Lilia Hrynevych first

10:45, 26 September 2017

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The authorities of Poland have not yet decided on their position on Ukraine’s new law on education. This was stated by the ambassador of Poland Jan Piekło, in Lublin to Ukrinform during the Congress of Eastern European Initiatives.

"Poland did not join the letter of the countries that spoke out against the law. We are waiting for a meeting with Hrynevych, where we want to hear her opinion," the ambassador said.

In turn, former Polish education minister Krzysztof Stanowski said that he understood the Ukrainian side. It is correct that those who live in another country should know its country’s language. According to him, all who live in Poland, pass exact sciences exams solely in Polish.

Related: Hungary appeals in UN to investigate Ukrainian education law

As it was reported earlier Poroshenko signed education law Monday. Adoption of this law will allow executing the education reform.

The new education law makes Ukrainian the language of educational process in Ukraine, and so far proved to be controversial. Some countries, among which HungaryMoldovaRussia, and Romania, are concerned over this new law, stating that it violates the rights of ethnic minorities. 

Hungary claimed they would no longer support Ukraine at the international stage, because of the law.

Related: Klimkin, Romanian Foreign Minister discuss new education law in New York

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