VILNIUS – As electronic cigarettes are becoming more and more popular, the Lithuanian government plans to back the initiatives now under consideration by the country's parliament to license the production and sale of such cigarettes and their refills.
The Ministry of Economy and Innovation suggests backing the amendments to the existing tobacco law, drafted by MPs Mykolas Majauskas and Vytautas Kernagis, both representing the opposition conservative Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats.
Majauskas is proposing banning flavored ...
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