Latvia becomes major country of origin for tobacco smuggling into Lithuania

Continued flows of cigarettes smuggling into Lithuania have highlighted a new tendency – increasing amounts of tobacco enter the country from the European Union's (EU) member-state Latvia rather than the Russian Kaliningrad region or Belarus, as the case was before, the Lietuvos Žinios daily said.
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