Health Ministry disapproves of abortion ban

The Lithuanian Health Ministry does not approve of a bill on banning abortions, saying that the number of terminated pregnancies in the country is steadily decreasing and that women will resort to illegal abortions if such a ban is imposed.
Ministry of Health
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