Lithuania will switch to daylight saving time on Sunday, March 26, by setting clocks one hour forward at 3 a.m. local time.
Summer time
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The summer-time period will end in late October, when clocks will be adjusted one hour backward.

Lithuania, like all EU member countries, changes time twice a year, according to the EU's directive on summer-time arrangements.

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