Lithuania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevicius hopes that lawmakers will manage to "find a dignified solution" to the issue of writing names and surnames in Latin characters, as well as those which are missing from the Lithuanian alphabet, reports ELTA. The minister also notes that writing names and surnames in non-Latin characters has not even been discussed."This isn't Pandora's Box, it's a civilized [approach]. We are talking about Latin characters, not about Arabic, Georgian, Armenian or Cyrillic ones. No one is talking about this, and...
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