VILNIUS - Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia may make joint efforts to repatriate their citizens stranded in the United Kingdom amid new transport restrictions due to fears about a new strain of coronavirus in Britain, Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte said on Tuesday.
"We'll definitely seek solutions. Yesterday, we spoke to the Baltic prime ministers, because there are stranded Latvians and Estonians, too," she told reporters. "The embassy is collecting information and, together with the ministries for foreign affairs and transport, will try to det...
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