VILNIUS - Lithuanian officials say they expect the European Parliament (EP) to listen to the arguments of those who assert that plans to require trucks to return to their country of registration every eight weeks would harm the EU internal market and increase pollution.
Simonas Satunas, Lithuania's deputy permanent representative to the EU, noted that late Monday's vote at the EP's Transport Committee on the so-called Mobility Package, a set of rules to regulate the EU's transport industry, should be followed by a plenary vote in a month.
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