Lithuania's ruling parties back the opposition's initiative to ban flavoured e-cigarettes, their representatives said on September 19. Such flavours would be banned from July, with the initiative's supporters claiming that cherry, vanilla or mint flavours make young people hooked on nicotine. Such a ban is already in place in Estonia, and Sweden plans to introduce it next year.
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