Lithuania will have to improve its reputation in Rail Baltica project

Lithuania will have to improve its reputation that has been harmed by the country's inability to find common ground with its partners in Rail Baltica and to prove that it is not holding back the European standard-gauge railway project, Rokas Masiulis, the new transport minister, said.
Rokas Masiulis
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