Practice Relating to Rule 161. International Cooperation in Criminal Proceedings
Lithuania’s Criminal Code (1961), as amended in 1998, provides:
Foreigners who have committed a crime shall be extradited for committing offences in accordance with corresponding international and interstate agreements, or, if there are no such agreements, in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.
Foreign nationals shall not be extradited if the acts committed by them are not considered criminal under the criminal laws of the Republic of Lithuania.
Persons shall not be … extradited to foreign countries for committing acts which have been ground for granting asylum in the Republic of Lithuania.
Lithuania’s Criminal Code (1961), as amended in 1998, provides: “Citizens of the Republic of Lithuania shall not be extradited to foreign states for committing offences.”