Lithuania refutes Russia’s claim of rail blockade

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Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte has said Russia’s claim on the rail blockade of its territorial outpost in Kaliningrad is false.

Simonyte revealed that passengers were still able to travel freely across Lithuanian territory from Russia to Kaliningrad.

Kaliningrad is on the Baltic Sea and uses a rail link to Russia via Lithuania for passengers and freight.

When Lithuania banned the transit of steel and other ferrous metals under EU sanctions, Russia threatened to respond.

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