VILNIUS – Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda has called on the European Union to agree on a border tax for important products if their producers fail to adhere to EU environmental and nuclear safety requirements.
The president believes it is necessary to do so to ensure fair competition in the EU market.
On Tuesday, the Lithuanian president took part in a video conference of the European Council, chaired by President of the European Council Charles Michel, held in preparation for the Council meeting in Brussels on 10–11 December. Nauseda a...
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