Russian historian turns to court over refused entry to Lithuania

Russian citizen Alexander Dyukov, who has been declared persona non grata in Lithuania, has turned to a Vilnius court, seeking to revoke the decision of border guards to refuse him entry in Lithuania and to have the entry removed from the Interior Ministry's national registry.
Alexander Dyukov
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