VILNIUS/MOSCOWComing just days after a funding agreement between Lithuania and the European Union, the Kaliningrad transit issue heated up again, with Russia blasting Brussels for imposing unacceptable requirements - most notably a 31-point application form - on its nationals traveling to and from the Kaliningrad exclave. Dmitry Rogozin, the Kremlin's representative on Kaliningrad, decried the EU decision to introduce the new 31-point form. "I do not exclude that negotiations could find a solution that is acceptable for us, but the new unacceptable demands are made in defiance of the politi...
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