Lithuania's parliament on Tuesday gave a green light to provisions of the Artificial Insemination Law, which envisage a more liberal way of artificial insemination.
The lawmakers supported the provisions, which allow donation of sexual cells in some cases, as well as artificial insemination procedures for couples that aim to avoid inheritance of genetic diseases by their children. The discussion was adjourned at the debate of provisions, which have so far triggered the most heated discussions, i.e., in connection to freezing of embryos.
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