Lithuanian truck drivers in severe conditions at Russian border

Lithuanian transport companies fear that their trucks will have to wait at the border with Russia from several weeks up to a month, as the rate at which vehicles clear customs and are allowed to cross into Russia remains extremely low, the vice-president of the national road carriers association Linava said on Friday.
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