The move is aimed at reducing sales of e-cigarettes that are growing increasingly popular in Lithuania.

On Tuesday, Lithuanian lawmakers adopted amendments to the Law on Control of Tobacco, Tobacco Products and Related Products after 92 MPs voted in favor, nine were against and nine abstained.

Currently, there's a ban in Lithuania to sell e-cigarettes and their e-liquid cartridges if they contain vitamins and other additives that create an impression that they are beneficial or do less damage to people's health.

Also, there's an import ban for e-cigarettes and their e-liquid cartridges containing caffeine or taurine and stimulating compounds linked to energy and vitality.