Foreign Ministry holds business meeting on new markets amid Russian embargo

Lithuania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday held an inter-institutional meeting of ministerial representatives and representatives of business associations to discuss new export markets after Russia imposed import bans.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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