Prague Manifesto of the movement for the international language Esperanto
Original title: Manifesto de Prago de la movado por la internacia lingvo Esperanto
Original language: Esperanto
Date of publication: 1996
“Prague Manifesto of the movement for the international language Esperanto” is a historical document presented in 1996 at the World Esperanto Congress in Prague. In the manifesto, Esperantists advocate the use of Esperanto as the international language of communication. The work emphasizes the need to create a universal language that would be accessible and understandable to all people, regardless of their native language. The manifesto highlights the benefits of Esperanto, such as simplified grammar and logical structure, and calls for its widespread use to achieve intercultural understanding and cooperation.
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