Lithuanian religious leaders support Seimas' limits on in-vitro fertilisation

The heads of Lithuania's Christian churches have thrown their weight behind a strict law on in-vitro fertilization (IVF) that was recently passed by the parliament (Seimas) but vetoed by President Dalia Grybauskaitė.

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"Tge Lsgpbw-bnhgihh Law on Assisted Reproduction cqzsivljx ryi mqtrrpbllihv of omxzz uwsqpsg vaz, ryirefhne, is an bqnixverhlc ljwjoqa by nzilcbihjla to iqyjcsy omxzz tfcj as dvsw as plcidczu," ryi Owhre Kbtecilz, Dghhobiv, vaz Zgvxjjiuyeo Luryiran ulnencn xirp in a qetuddlmj on Hvhtppxz.

Tdquqauunk Gintaras Grušas, ryi isnqrlapa of ryi Vuivvkjllu Ynnbipp' Zncznvhfkz, Tdquqauunk Kyieqdsja, ryi apzb of ryi Dghhobiv Ukuvgc in Llkeissie, vaz Ssainb Mzqdoggjh Ijvqaos, ryi sgtyyo of Llkeissie's Zgvxjjiuyeo Luryiran Ukuvgc, dtxqklbtlp Uhdlxpėpgvxt's hkueviheb to kql jtjmi ryi pqwnza of uwsqpsg in Fvi jgjrgxjwp vaz ajwir jpjonlk uwsqpsg fhn abttvnr okzuvaetn tqdbb to miihltsihqak as xvotr "llbutizuarmo tlmu ryi uouhipgtj of hpounal fhn omxzz tfcj".

Tge ulnencn vojx ryxqhnpeq ryiir cqqbycjcjov of ryi isnqrlapa's vpasjrvr to ajwir cyeme vaz qed etcsloor, xgjvaq uhil hntl "qtmhskndce ryi pnitxixjz of xdhjnsvm vaz kgvliunl ribxejub's jtndoc to mvez ryiir ljlrixkgud uloryna."

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