Latvia and Lithuania pledge for collective effort on Russian rail ban

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The ministers of transport from Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania met for the first time in four years to discuss the ban on the transit of Russian and Belarussian goods on 23 January. Estonia, via its rail freight operator Operail, has already applied a national ban since 1 January 2023. However, Latvia and Lithuania, who did not apply any ban yet, are in a more complicated situation and are asking for a collective approach.

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Author: Marco Raimondi

Marco Raimondi is an editor of, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “Latvia and Lithuania pledge for collective effort on Russian rail ban”

John Wilkerson|25.01.23|22:43

Tighten the noose until Putin yells “Uncle”.

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