European Union diplomats have approved new anti-tobacco legislation, including larger health warnings on cigarette packets and the bloc's first ever rules on electronic cigarettes.
"Agreement on the tobacco directive is a big step towards a healthier and more prosperous society," said Lithuanian health minister Vytenis Povilas Andriukaitis.
Lithuania currently holds the rotating EU presidency.
The deal was struck after governments and the European Parliament resolved a dispute over how tightly to regulate the booming market for e-cigarettes.
Some analysts have predicted it will eclipse the €500bn-a-year regular cigarette market in ten years.