Lithuania will not grow any GM crops

Lithuania's Ministry of Environment will submit the requirements via the European Commission with a view to ensuring that no genetically modified (GM) crops are grown in Lithuania. This ban will be in force throughout the territory of the country, the ministry reports.
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