Dealing with hostile acts that hurt the Lithuanian people = Putin’s aides | Reuters

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Lithuanian ban on freight train transport to Russia’s outlying land, Kariningrad, warned on June 21 that Lithuanian people would be in pain to respond to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s closest aide, Patrushev Security Council Secretary. .. The photo is a Russian customs officer. Taken in Kaliningrad last October (2022 Reuters / Vitaly Nevar)

[London, 21st Reuters]–Lithuanian ban on transportation by freight train to Russia’s outlying land, Kaliningrad, Putin Russian President Vladimir Putin’s closest aide Patrushev Security Council secretary said on the 21st that Lithuanian people are in pain. I warned that I would respond with.

Lithuania has banned trains loaded with sanctioned cargo from mainland Russia to Kaliningrad because of sanctions by the European Union (EU).

According to the Russian News Agency (RIA), Patrushev said Lithuanian “hostile” acts show that Russia cannot trust Western nations.

“Russia will definitely deal with such hostile behavior,” he said. “Appropriate measures are being considered by the ministries and will be implemented in the near future,” he said. “As a result, the Lithuanian people will be seriously adversely affected.”

Lithuanian Prime Minister Simonite told reporters, “It’s not a blockade of Kaliningrad. It’s just enforcing EU sanctions.” It’s ironic to hear the treaty about. “

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs also called on EU Ambassador to Moscow Edeller to formally protest over this issue. According to an EU spokesman, Mr. Edeller clarified the EU’s position on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and urged the Russian side to refrain from “measures and rhetoric that would escalate the situation.”

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