Businesses in Lithuania are looking for solutions after Russia closed its market to food products from the European Union.Business representatives visited the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday to discuss the situation. It follows after Russia announced it would imposing sanctions of food products from the West. Baltic officials have held emergency meetings to discuss how to counter the measure.Eugenijus Budreika, Director for Commerce of dairy company Pieno Zvaigzdes said the company would suffer losses but has not speculated on their extent."There will be l...
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