VILNIUS – Free movement between the three Baltic States could be reinstated if the countries managed to agree on common principles of infection control, Lithuania’s Health Minister has said.
“We will have a conference meeting with the Baltic countries’ ministers tomorrow and we will discuss whether we could agree on common principles of control,“ Aurelijus Veryga told the reporters at the Seimas on Tuesday.
“If we ensured the surveillance of external borders, agreed on the common principle of quarantinig those coming ...
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