A group of Lithuanian lawmakers are proposing introducing a ban on growing animals for fur, introducing a transition period for fur farmers until the end of 2025. Such amendments have been proposed by 20 lawmakers from different political, mainly opposition, groups, including the opposition Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats, Liberal Movement, Social Democratic Party of Lithuania, as well as MP representing the political group of non-attached members. "European countries often choose between two options, i.e., a complete ban, already in place in the UK, the Net...
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