Official opening of the office of the House of Minorities31.10.2014
In her speech, Renate Schnack called the town of Flensburg, in the heart of the German-Danish region, the “minority capital of Europe” and underlined that Schleswig-Holstein is glad to support both financially and immaterially “this instrument for prevention and de-escalation offered to the peoples and language groups of Europe”.
The Flensburg Town Council President Swetlana Krätzschmar was very pleased that the House of Minorities now has a first place to go in Flensburg. Referring to Ukraine, the country where she was born, she expressed her hope that the House of Minorities would bolster the position of the minorities and that it could contribute to a lasting situation of living peaceful together, throughout the whole of Europe.
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