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Montenegrins no longer speak Serbian language!

Montenegro received a code for language, the decision was made by the United Advisory Committee for the codification of languages

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Montenegro received the international code for the Montenegrin language within ISO 639 of the international standard, writes "Novosti".

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This information was announced by Director of the National Library of Montenegro "Djurdje Crnojevic" from Cetinje, Bogic Rakocevic, stating that the Montenegrin language mark will be CNR.

The decision was made by the United Advisory Committee for the codification of languages.

Foto-ilustracija: Tanjug/Srđan Ilić, Telegraf

The Washington Committee not only acknowledged the existence of the Montenegrin language but confirmed that Montenegrin was not a variant of the Serbian language, as it was recently recognized. So it has a linguistic recognition, Rakocevic said.

The code for the Montenegrin language will be the CNR, the name in English "Montenegrian", in the French "Montenegrin", and in the original "Crnogorski jezik" in Latin and Cyrillic.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Novosti)

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