Confusion and tears on the way to Kaliningrad

  • 2003-07-03
  • Arturas Racas
AFP MOSCOWChaotic scenes marred the departure on June 30 of the first train from Moscow for Russia's Kaliningrad enclave via Lithuania under a tough new visa regime, with several passengers left stranded on the platform after failing to turn up with the right papers.An AFP reporter who took the first Kaliningrad-bound train from Moscow's Belaruskaya railway station under the new regime said seven people had been kicked off the train, called The Amber, because they failed to secure the necessary papers needed for travel."I was told that I can go to Kaliningrad with no problems and what can I...
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