VILNIUS – More than 16,000 cars were ordered to turn around at checkpoints set up on inter-municipal borders in Lithuania over the long festive weekend after movement restrictions were introduced before Christmas Eve.
"Since Wednesday, 16,485 cars were told to turn around, including 3,470 on Sunday alone," Ramunas Matonis, spokesman for the Police Department, told BNS on Monday.
In his words, 525 protocols were also produced over the festive weekend and they also included 50 protocols on inter-municipal movement violations.
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