The Lithuanian authorities decided to carry out the transit of Russian goods to Kaliningrad according to the previous procedure until the adoption by state institutions of the rules of the European Commission (EC). This was stated by Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte, RIA Novosti reports.
According to her, the transport of some authorized goods into the city through Lithuania will be associated with even more thorough control.
State Duma Deputy Aleksey Chepa noted that the current situation demonstrates that there is no agreement in the European Union on many strategically important issues. The statements of a number of politicians contradict each other.