After a meeting with the extended program committee of the Vuk Karadžić Scientific, Educational and Cultural Centre in Tršić, the State Secretary at the Serbian Ministry of Science, Technological Development and Innovation, Vukašin Grozdić, said that the Ministry wanted to ensure future use of the Serbian language and Cyrillic alphabet.
– We want to ensure that the Serbian language and Cyrillic alphabet will be in use in the future, and that is why we will help modern technologies to learn the Serbian language, so that all generations with smart devices can use them – said Grozdić, announced the Ministry of Science, Technological Development and Innovation.
Grozdić noted the importance of the Scientific, Educational and Cultural Centre in Tršić and pointed out its importance as a centre crucial for the preservation of Serbian culture, tradition, language and customs.
Grozdić emphasized the commitment of the Ministry of Science, Technological Development and Innovation in supporting the Centre’s activities, due to the Ministry’s awareness of the importance of the humanities, which make an exceptional contribution to the development of the overall scientific community and to the development of Serbian society.
– Our support can be seen in a significant increase in finances that we have set aside for program funding of projects, but we also support and will continue to encourage the Centre’s activities in all other ways – said Grozdić.
He noted the success of the Summer in the Homeland program, focused on children from the diaspora, and stated that more than 350 Serbian participants from different countries of the world participated in this program.
– Such program is a contribution to strengthening our cultural diplomacy. We invest in preserving the Serbian language and intangible cultural heritage, we create wealth brought by these values – said Grozdić.
According to him, the long-term goal is to ensure that the Serbian language and technology progress together, which will contribute to the progress of the Republic of Serbia and development of young talents.
Source: RTRS – Tanjug