Lithuanian interior minister sees no need for tighter controls on returnees

  • 2020-07-14
  • BNS/TBT Staff
VILNIUS - Interior Minister Rita Tamasuniene currently sees no need for tightening controls on people returning to Lithuania from abroad, despite a spike in coronavirus cases in some countries.  The minister told LRT Radio on Tuesday that the government was not planning to reintroduce border checks for people entering the country by car.  "That would mean (...) closing the borders again," she said. "Things are not so bad at the moment as to make us keep people under pressure and prevent them from travelling at least to a nearby ...
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