VILNIUS – Lithuania's Law on State Language needs to be amended and adapted to the existing reality, linguists say, adding that the state needs to learn side-by-side with the English language.
"We can be glad with (the existing – BNS) law but it was created at a time when there was no normal Internet, websites, as well have now, and short messages," Donatas Smalinskas, deputy head of the State Language Inspectorate, told a press conference on Friday. "Can we demand something that's not in the law?"
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