VILNIUS – Lithuania and other Eastern European countries are considering to jointly turn to the Court of Justice of the European Union over plans to require haulers to return their trucks to the country of their registration every eight weeks, representatives of the Lithuanian government have confirmed.
Eastern Europeans also say the new rules will push transport companies form peripheral countries out of the market and increase road pollution.
Transport Minister Jaroslav Narkevic has confirmed it to BNS that preparatory work is underway to lodge ...
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