VILNIUS – Border closures over the coronavirus threat might be considered, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda says.
"Border closures might be practically considered among alternatives as well. Checks are now underway and practically border control is in place in the whole territory," he told journalists after the State Defense Council's Friday meeting.
According to Nauseda, the existing measures at the country's borders are adequate.
"We need to establish strong contacts with those who cross the border, ...
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