The Protector of Citizens, Zoran Pasalic, said in Novi Pazar today that the position of national minorities in Serbia is good when it comes to laws, but that sometimes it takes more time to resolve certain problems.
During the third quarterly meeting with presidents of the national councils of national minorities, he said that minorities in Serbia mostly complain about their legal rights to use their native language, written and spoken, as well as in education.
“You know that we have corrected the problem of registering citizenship in travel documents for representatives of national minorities. When representatives of national minorities complain to us, we take their problems extremely seriously and in most cases resolve them”, said Zoran Pasalic.
Bosniak National Council (BNV) president, Jasmina Curic, said that as host of the rally, Pasalic would point out to the numerous unresolved issues of Bosniaks.