Lithuanian carriers' association suggests another explanation over problems at Russian border

Julius Misiūnas, deputy president of the Lithuanian National Road Carriers' Association Linava, says that Russia is applying stricter inspection rules to Lithuanian trucks at the border because Russia had refused to participate in the TIR system activities and so no longer has means to ensure transparent transportation of goods into the country.
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