VILNIUS – Regulation of independent electricity suppliers is insufficient and therefore will be tightened in the near time, Energy Minister Dainius Kreivys has said.
“Today’s regulation has clearly proved to be insufficient, therefore, the ...
VILNIUS – Lithuanian Health Minister Arunas Dulkys has approved the procedure for diagnosing and treating gender identity disorder, the ministry said.
This will allow for a unified and clear provision of health services to adults with suspected or diagnosed GID.
VILNIUS – Lithuania’s Interior Ministry has clarified on Tuesday that Interior Minister Agne Bilotaite meant legislative amendments related to a recent decision of the European Union’s (EU) Court of Justice (CJEU), when talking about consultations with the EU institutions.
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