As over 100 Polish farmers have not been able to enter Lithuania to cultivate their land for more than a month, the Lithuanian authorities say they will be allowed to come, adding that the processes is stalling on the Polish side.
Giedrė Pupšytė, an adviser to the agriculture minister, says the initial decision was due to the existing lockdown. But following many requests, the decision was reversed and now Lithuania is waiting for farmers' documents, she said on April 21.
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