Lithuanian Foreign Affairs Minister Linas Linkevičius has summoned the Russian ambassador to explain why Lithuanian cars are being blocked at the Russian border. The meeting is expected to take place on Monday, 24 November. 
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania
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The entrance of cars with Lithuanian plates to the Kaliningrad Oblast has been considerably slowed down since Friday afternoon, while cars with Russian plates have no problems to pass through. 

According to the foreign minister, the situation is unacceptable. 

"On Monday we will be summoning the Russian ambassador to explain the situation because as usual there is no official information," Linkevičius said.

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