VILNIUS – Last year's ruling on the status of same-sex marriages performed abroad will help to foster the Western level of tolerance in Lithuania, Dainius Zalimas, president of Lithuania's Constitutional Court, hopes.
He highlighted the case on Tuesday while presenting the court's annual report.
The Constitutional Court ruled last year that Lithuania had to issue a residence permit to a male foreigner who entered into marriage with the same-sex Lithuanian citizen, despite the fact that Lithuania does not recognize homosexual marriages....
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