VILNIUS - The worsening coronavirus situation in Europe may force the bloc's member states to consider closing their borders again, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda said on Monday
The president stressed, however, that any decisions on border closures would have to be taken jointly by EU member states.
"The issue of border controls must be the next step and it requires European-level solutions," Nauseda told reporters in the spa town of Birstonas.
"We see the tightening of the internal regime in many...
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