Parliament speaker calls for moderation in efforts to protect Lithuanian language

Speaker of the Seimas Loreta Graužinienė agrees that the Lithuanian language should be protected, but says proposals to have foreign companies' names translated into Lithuanian is an exaggeration.
Loreta Graužinienė
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