“The criterion to be applied to determine what is a community […] is the existence of a group of persons living in a given country or locality, having a race, religion, language and traditions of their own, and united by the identity of such race, religion, language and traditions in a sentiment of solidarity, with a view to preserving their traditions, maintaining their form of worship, securing the instruction and upbringing of their children in accordance with the' spirit and traditions of their race and mutually assisting one another.”
– Permanent Court of International Justice, advisory opinion on the Greco-Bulgarian “communities” (31 July 1930)
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