A Vilnius court on Monday examined administrative charges against Lubienė in absentia, as Lubienė or her defense lawyer failed to appear in court, delfi.lt news portal said.
According to case information, Lubienė was subjected to customs examination at Vilnius Airport on January 8 and was found to carry 38 packs of Kent cigarettes without excise-duty labels. Lubienė faces a fine of 1,000-5,000 litas (EUR 289.9-1,449.3) and confiscation of the cigarettes. The fine will be established later on Monday.
Under Lithuanian laws, a person is allowed to carry up to 10 packs of cigarettes without excise-duty labels across the border.
Lubienė and her daughter Viktorija Lubytė hold a 50.375-percent stake in Achema Group.
Established in 2001, the concern operates more than 50 companies in Lithuania and abroad, including Achema, the largest stevedoring company Klasco, complex fertilizer producer Agrochema, media companies and hotels, a windmill park in western Lithuania.
In 2011, Achema earned 4.07 billion litas in income.