Lithuania regulated nicotine e-cigarettes in 2016.
Tax of €0.12 per ml will be applied to both nicotine and non-nicotine e-liquids from March 2019.
Distance sales, both domestic and cross-border, are prohibited.
Zero-nicotine e-cigs are regulated as a consumer product; other restrictions may indirectly apply.
A number of regulatory bills are currently in debate in the Lithuanian parliament.