VILNIUS - According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the average Lithuanian aged over 15 consumes a vast intake of 15.4 litres of pure alcohol annually.
In reality, it’s almost certainly even more, as this data only accounts for legally traded alcohol. The numbers are anything but positive, with the WHO’s findings revealing that Lithuania has the third highest average alcohol consumption in the world — only surpassed by Belarus and Moldova. This leaves the country with a embarrassing prize: Lithuanians are, on average, the largest alcohol consumers in the E...
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