EPICUR STATEMENT ON COMMITMENT TO MULTILINGUALISM

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Inspired by the ambitions stipulated in the mission letter of the President of the European Commission to the Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel, the EPICUR European Universities Alliance herewith pledges its commitment to contribute to fostering multilingualism and raising awareness on the key role European languages play in enhancing European identities.

The declaration on the commitment to multilingualism underpins each partner to promote multilingualism within the EPICUR alliance in a concrete and sustainable way. Please find below this statement in English and in the 5 languages of the EPICUR Alliance.

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