Russian customs officers instructed to put Lithuanian vehicles under extra scrutiny

Russian customs officers have been instructed to thoroughly check vehicles from Lithuania, the Lithuanian national road carriers association Linava said on Tuesday.
Lithuanian-Russian border
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