Lithuania will incur an additional burden related to the registration of medicines after Great Britain leaves the European Union. The Lithuanian government estimates that 200,000 euros in additional funding will be needed for the purpose from the next year's budget. Lina Businskaite-Sriubene, spokeswoman for the Lithuanian health minister, noted that the UK has so far played an important role in processing applications for registering medicines, applying mutual recognition and decentralized procedures, and has often carried out the role of the reference state which carries out the prima...
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