Lithuania's ruling parties back the opposition's initiative to ban flavored e-cigarettes, their representatives said on Thursday.
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Such flavors would be banned from July, with the initiative's supporters claiming that cherry, vanilla or mint flavors make young people hooked on nicotine.

Such a ban is already in place in Estonia, and Sweden plans to introduce it next year.

MP Mykolas Majauskas, representative the opposition conservative Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats, proposed the initiative that was alter signed by representatives of all political groups in the Lithuanian Seimas.

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