Strasbourg court asks Vilnius for explanations over non-Lithuanian names in passports

The European Court of Human Rights has asked the Lithuanian government for an update on the latest changes of the country's legal system in connection to entering a person's first and last name in passports and other official documents in non-Lithuanian letters.
Lithuanian passport
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