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The law of Lithuania
Starting with 1 January 2008 smoking is prohibited in enclosed public places and workplaces, including bars, restaurants, cafés other catering establishments, discos and clubs. Proprietors of establishments caught infringing the law and allowing their customers to smoke could be fined up to € 1400.
A complete ban on smoking on public transport is enforced, but long-distance trains and planes have smoking areas.
- The legal smoking age is 18 per Low on Tobacco Control, Article 10 (8).
- The sale of tobacco is prohibited in pharmacies, health care institutions, educational institutions, and retail enterprises where 50% or more of the goods available are intended for children.
- Tobacco vending machines are restricted per Law on Tobacco Control, Article 10. (Law on Tobacco Control, Article 10).