Prague Manifesto (Esperanto)

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Prague Manifesto (Esperanto: Manifesto de Prago) is a manifesto in which are seven principles for Esperanto movement. It was published during World Esperanto Congress in Prague, Czech Republic in 1996 by the representative of UNESCO and participants of the meeting.

Because the manifesto shows advantages of accepting of Esperanto as international auxiliary language, people consider it as the modern manifesto of finvenkism (the movement which wants Esperanto to be an official international auxiliary language).

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