VILNIUS - The number of people crossing the borders of the Baltic states has increased considerably since Friday when the restrictions for residents of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia to cross the border were lifted, Lithuania's Ministry of the Interior says.
Data from the country's State Border Service shows that 3,459 people left Lithuania for Latvia and Friday and 9,724 left on Saturday, compared to average 24-hour number of around 506 people before the restrictions were lifted.
611 people also arrived in Lithuania from Latvia on Friday and tha...
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