Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia agreed on a significant restriction on the entry of Russians
Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia have agreed on a significant restriction of border crossing by citizens of the Russian Federation. However, there will be some exceptions. It was announced by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Latvia, Edgars Rinkevičs.
“Baltic countries have reached an agreement to significantly limit (with some exceptions) border crossing by citizens of the Russian Federation who have EU Schengen visas,” he wrote on Twitter.
According to the Latvian Foreign Minister, the decisions will be taken by national governments following national procedures and will come into effect simultaneously.
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