Lithuania steps up border controls after incident in Estonia

Lithuania has stepped up its border controls after an Estonian security service officer was abducted and taken to Russia, Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius said on Saturday. "I can say that certain decisions were taken yesterday to step up controls in border areas," he told reporters.
Lithuanian border post
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