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The "National Convention for the EU" in Serbia has condemned the offensive language of the Minister of Defense, Aleksandar Vulin, towards Albanians as he referred to the term "Albanian".
The civil society platform emphasizes that it is the obligation of every MP to respect the laws, norms and dignity of the majority and national minorities by promoting tolerance, dialogue and reconciliation, reports Gazeta Express .
In a statement issued by the EU Convention in Serbia, it is stated that Vulin has often used terms that offend and offend the Albanian national minority and their dignity.