Lithuania has notified the governor of the Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation that on Saturday night it will stop rail transit across the border of a number of Russian goods that are under EU sanctions. This was reported in Telegram Governor of the region Anton Alikhanov.
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According to Deutsche Welle, up to 50% of cargo delivered to the Kaliningrad enclave, including construction materials and metals, fell under the EU ban on rail transit.
Alikhanov said that with this decision, “Lithuania grossly violated the rules of its accession to the EU.”
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