Parliament proposes to declare Lithuania GMO-free zone

The Seimas Committee on Rural Affairs has addressed the Government asking to ban cultivation of genetically modified organisms (GMO) in Lithuania and thus implement the European Parliament's and the European Council's directive on GMOs.
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