Lithuania’s parliament, the Seimas, has approved amendments to the country’s Law on Natural Gas that will ban gas imports from Russia and other countries deemed a threat to national security, Report informs referring to Argus Media.

The amendments bar access to Lithuania’s gas transmission system and its 2.9mn t/yr Klaipeda LNG terminal, although it will not affect suppliers transporting gas through Lithuania to Kaliningrad.

Lithuania’s entire gas demand is currently met by LNG from the US that is delivered at the Klaipeda terminal, the government said. Lithuania stopped importing Russian gas for domestic consumption in early April.