TALLINN (BNS) - The Estonian Language Inspectorate is ready to delay official language requirements to service personnel and sole proprietors, until adoption of a respective decree is discussed by the government. The government discussions should take place no later than Oct. 1."Actually, language requirements to service personnel were established in 1995, and the last amendments to the language law only defined the requirements in greater detail and simplified the inspectorate's work," Language Inspectorate General Director Ilmar Tomusk told BNS.On July 27, the government adopted a decree ...
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