The sale of drinks with an alcohol content of up to 7.5 percent during free public events will not be restricted, the Lithuanian parliament decided on Thursday.
Outdoor cafee in Kaunas
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In an article-by-article voting on amendments to the Law on Alcohol Control, the Seimas approved lighter restrictions on alcohol sales during free events, reversing its earlier decision to confine alcohol sales at such events to special zones.

The parliament is yet to hold a final vote on the entire bill.

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