Govt representative turns to court over bilingual street signs in Vilnius

Vilda Vaičiūnienė, the Lithuanian government's representative in the Vilnius county, has turned to court to prove that the decorative bilingual street signs in Vilnius had been put up illegally.
Warsaw str. sign in Polish in Vilnius
© DELFI / Orestas Gurevičius

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