Lithuanian citizens will get Indian visas at the country's border checkpoints.
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Lithuania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has received a diplomatic note from the Indian Embassy's in Warsaw, informing Lithuania that it has been included into the list of countries whose citizen can get India's 30-day visas at border checkpoints upon their arrival in India.

The ministry said on Friday it had sought such a decision of Indian institutions for several years.

Lithuanian citizens can now register online  and receive their visas upon arrival in India.

According to the statement, such a visa will be valid for one entry and passengers will be required to have a return ticket or a ticket for further travel. Their passports must be valid for at least six months starting from the planned arrival in India and have at least two empty pages for stamps.

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