Nordic Language Secretariat
Secrétariat linguistique nordique
1 July 1978, by Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM), as an umbrella organization acting within the framework of Nordic Cultural Cooperation and coordinating cooperation among language commissions in the Nordic countries. Replaced by Nordic Language Council, set up 22 Feb 1997.
Preserve and strengthen linguistic cooperation between the Nordic peoples; counteract tendencies for their individual languages to become more differentiated one from another.Available with paid subscription only.
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