In Lithuania, it is illegal to sell, serve or provide alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 20. Studies show that the earlier a teenager starts drinking alcohol, the more likely they are to have a problem in the future. Those who drink before the age of 14 have a 40% chance of becoming addicted. That number drops to 10% if they wait until the age of 21. Section 78 of the Children`s Act – No person shall sell, lend, give, supply, provide or offer liquor to children under 16 years of age unless there is a written order signed by the parent or guardian of the child known to that person. The police have a duty to confiscate any alcoholic beverage in the possession of a child under the age of 16 without the written consent of parents or guardians.  Previously, non-Muslim foreign residents had to apply for a liquor license to purchase alcoholic beverages, but these holders were prohibited from giving drinks to others.  The Legal Drinking Age (MLDA) laws set the legal age at which a person can purchase alcoholic beverages. The MLDA in the United States is 21 years. However, prior to the enactment of the National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984, the legal age at which alcohol could be purchased varied from state to state.1 MLDA 21 encourages young adults to acquire false identity documents and use them to obtain alcohol. At a time of national security concerns, including terrorism, illegal immigration and other threats, it would be better to have fewer false identity documents in circulation and more respect for the law. Normalizing alcohol consumption as something done responsibly and moderately will make alcohol use less taboo for young adults entering school and the workforce.   U.S. alcohol laws regarding the minimum drinking age have changed over time. The repeal of alcohol prohibition by the 21st Amendment on December 5, 1933, allowed each state to establish its own laws on alcohol consumption. At that time, most states established the MLDA for alcohol at age 21, although two states established an MLDA of 21 for men and 18 for women: Illinois (1933-1961) and Oklahoma (1933-1976). The 1976 case of Craig v. the U.S. Supreme Court Boren ruled 7-2 that this age difference violated the equality clause of the 14th Amendment. After the adoption of the 26th Amendment to the Constitution of 1.
In July 1971, which lowered the voting age from 21 to 18, 30 states lowered their MLDA to 18, 19 or 20; In 1982, only 14 states had an MLDA of 21 The legal drinking age is 18 in Abu Dhabi (although a Ministry of Tourism regulation allows hotels to serve alcohol only to people over 21) and 21 in Dubai and the Northern Emirates (except Sharjah, where the consumption of alcohol is prohibited).  The Uniform Drinking Act, which forced states to set the legal drinking age at 21 by withholding ten percent of highway funding for states that left the legal drinking age at 18, is an example of federal encroachments on state affairs. Many states satisfied with their MLDA 18 have bowed to federal pressure instead of losing millions of dollars in annual funds for highways.  Timing of age changes for alcohol consumption or laws restricting access to alcohol for minors: However, in many other Asian countries, alcohol laws are non-existent or very flexible. Cambodia, Macau and Vietnam do not have a minimum age to buy or consume alcohol. According to the law firm Douglas Herring, in Russia and South Korea, you can book with a blood alcohol level of 0.02% and 0.05% respectively on a DUI. Other countries have “zero tolerance” policies that revoke the right to drive within a certain period of time for people convicted of multiple impaired driving. Most laws only apply to alcohol consumption in public places and not to alcohol consumption in private homes. Some countries also have a minimum age for certain beverages, such as distilled alcohol. If a shop or bar does not need an ID card and turns out to have sold alcohol to minors, a fine will be imposed.