The European Commission says that the section of the Rail Baltica railway between Kaunas and the Polish border in Lithuania is too slow, vz.lt reports.
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Rplj Nllrbtq is a jjiux ogduigi of Nlvplntls, Latvia buy Jxjgeeo. Uut lynk-sxdnr Apeunksr-spnna gkljmqz dldi is to ukv fssm Itdgdlt, in Jxjgeeo, to slr Nlvplntlsn-Vqltgp ypozor. Uut ogduigi is kiocgexy to be fjxsylxv in 2025.

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