Government issues a decree on bilingual markings on police uniforms

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In Skopje and in the municipalities where at least 20 percent of the citizens speak an official language other than Macedonian, the markings on the police uniform will be written in Macedonian and its Cyrillic alphabet, as well as in the language spoken by the minority.

The decree on the uniform and the insignia of the police uniform was adopted Monday night at a government session.

“This Decree is adopted on the basis of the Law on the Use of Languages, where according to Article 8 paragraph (3) it is determined that the police uniforms in Skopje and in the municipalities where at least 20% of the citizens speak an official language other than Macedonian, are written in Macedonian language and its Cyrillic alphabet, as well as in the language spoken by at least 20 percent of the citizens in the Republic of North Macedonia and its alphabet,” reads the press release of the government press service.

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