"Everything is done". Zelensky opposes revision of Ukrainian language law 07/13/2021 13:25:17. Total views 577. Views today — 0.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky believes that it is not worth raising the issue of revising the law on the Ukrainian language now. He said this at the Ukraine 30 forum today, - correspondent of OstroV reports.

"All parties and all members of parliament speak about the language, they prove and propose something. I think that it is difficult to find justice in the issue of language. I believe that the fairest thing is not to raise this issue. Ukrainian legislation has everything for us to live, work, talk and support our country and our language. Everything is done", - he reported.

According to him, there are things that "are not completely fair from the point of view of the international community, the Venice Commission and some countries".

"There will never be so that everyone is happy. And the issue of language is a very pressing issue", - Zelensky noted.

As previously reported, the Venice Commission proposed Ukraine to revise the law on the state language. The commission's conclusion states that the Ukrainian authorities should strive for a balance in language policy so that this problem does not become a source of ethnic tension in Ukraine. At the same time, the Venice Commission recognizes the extreme complexity, delicacy and problematic nature of the language policy in Ukraine", especially in the context of the ongoing conflict with Russia".