Russian actions harm Lithuania's logistics business, may divide Baltic states

Lithuania's State Security Department (VSD) has warned that Russia's protectionist policies and aims to restrict cargo flows harm Lithuania's transport business and energy and, furthermore, can divide the three Baltic states.
Klaipėda port
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