Dutch Language Union  

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The Dutch Language Union (Dutch: Nederlandse Taalunie, NTU) is an international institution for discussing issues regarding the Dutch language. It was founded on 9 September 1980 by the Netherlands and Belgium (in respect of the Flemish Community). Suriname has been an associate member of the Taalunie since 2005.

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