The representative of the Lithuanian Russian Union believes such provisions should be included into the town's strategic development plan until 2020, the local daily Klaipėda reports.
"A lot of Russian people live in Klaipėda, therefore the main goal of my proposals is to make it more convenient for them. I cannot understand how it's possible to live like that, it' not the Middle Ages. (...) Well, we don't want to change the state language and are just asking for the Russian language to be used additionally," Titov said.
He noted that it was not the first time he submitted similar proposals but they were earlier ignored by other local politicians.
Russian people make around 20 percent of Klaipėda's population.