Lithuania no longer allows cars from Russia, Belarus to enter

  • 2020-04-03
  • BNS/TBT Staff
VILNIUS – A ban for passenger cars to enter Lithuania from Belarus and Russian have come into force on midnight, and people will be able to enter from Latvia and Poland via two border checkpoints. "As of midnight, it's impossible to enter Lithuania from Russian and Belarus via any border checkpoint. It does not apply to commercial transport," Giedrius Misutis, spokesman for Lithuania's State Border Guard Service, told BNS. In his words, as of midnight, passenger cars are allowed to enter Lithuania only via Kalvarija-Budzisko bord...
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