RIGA - A 16 kilometers long line of passenger cars has built up at the Grenctale crossing on Latvian-Lithuanian border, Zane Plone, a representative of the Latvian Road Transport Administration, told LETA.
"Apparently, the queue has built up because passenger car traffic has been diverted to this particular crossing point, which starting today remains the only one open to private transport," said Plone.
The Road Transport Administration's representative indicated that delivery trucks are still allowed to cross the Latvian-Lithuanian border...
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