Lithuanian identity card

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The front and reverse of a Lithuanian identity card

Lithuanian personal identity cards are officially recognised biometric identity documents issued to Lithuanian citizens. They are also valid for travel within the European Union and a number of other European countries, such as [1] Montenegro, Macedonia and Serbia (without the need for a Lithuanian passport).

New biometric identity cards[edit]

Gemalto won the tender from the Ministry of Interior to deliver 900 000 Sealys Laser-Secured electronic identification cards. Since January 2009, new biometric identity cards have been issued instead.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Armenia abolishes visa requirement for citizens of the Schengen states
  2. ^ Gemalto providing cards for Lithuanian ID

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