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The great difference between the Macedonian and Albanian languages, which belong to different linguistic groups and use different alphabets, led the Albanian community to perceive themselves in a situation of linguistic inferiority as far as the now official Macedonian language is concerned, especially in the areas of public administration, education and media. This self-perception of marginalisation was one of the factors that led to an armed conflict in spring 2001. There is a cross-state and cross-frontier character to the Albanian, Turkish and Serbian languages, which means that media from outside the Macedonian borders often influence minority audiences.
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