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Flavoured e-cigs banned

20 Jan 2022. The sale of e-cigarettes and e-liquids that contain flavours are to be banned from July, the Lithuanian parliament has decided, reports LRT.

With the move, the Lithuanian parliament, Seimas, hopes to curb the sales of e-cigarettes that are becoming more popular in the country. The law, that does not pertain to tobacco-flavoured products, was adopted with 92 votes in favour, nine against and nine abstentions, reports LRT.

At the moment, Lithuania already has a sales ban on e-cigarettes and e-liquids that contain vitamins or other substances that allude to being healthy. The country also has an import ban in place that forbids e-cigarettes and e-liquids that contain caffeine, taurine or other stimulating compounds linked to energy and vitality.