- Languages of Serbia
Serbiahas only one nationwide official language, which is Serbian. Other languages spoken in Serbia include Albanian (spoken in Preševo Valleyand UN administrated Serbian province of Kosovo), Hungarian, Romanian, Slovak, Rusyn, Croatian (all of which are official regional languages in the Vojvodinaprovince), Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Romani, Czech, Bosnian, Vlach, Bunjevac, Macedonian, etc.
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Languages of Vojvodina
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