According to the Minister of transport of Austria, the cost of Turkish language for training is not justified
Austria was forbidden to pass the test to obtain a driving license in Turkish. A message posted on the website of the Austrian Ministry of transport.
As reported, the tests can still be conducted in English, Croatian or Slovenian.
However, it is reported that testing at the Turkish was quite popular, second only to the preparation of the exam in German language.
According to the Minister of transport Norbert Hofer, this step has the goal of reducing costs.
“Each additional language for learning costs the state a five-digit sum that is not justified”, – he said.
Recall that in Saudi Arabia women first began to issue driver’s licenses.
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