VILNIUS – Lithuania's Interior Ministry is organizing a public consultation to find out whether there's a need for citizens to have a second valid passport.
The ministry says it has received citizens' requests in recent years to make it possible for citizens to have a second passport for cases when, for example, a person's passport is submitted to receive a foreign state's visa and that person needs to travel to a foreign country that does not accept ID cards.
"For a second passport to be issued, the ministry will need to ...
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