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Baltic customs authorities reach agreement on coordinated sanctions against Russia and Belarus

28 Jan, 2024
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Baltic customs authorities reach agreement on coordinated sanctions against Russia and Belarus

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Heads of Customs Services in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia Agree on Unified Control for Implementing European Union Sanctions Against Russia and Belarus.

This was reported by the Lithuanian broadcaster LRT, citing the Customs Department.

The agreement confirms the declaration signed by the Baltic Prime Ministers on December 20 last year. Customs authorities in the Baltic countries have agreed to strengthen control over sanctioned goods exported to Russia and Belarus or transiting through them to third countries. This includes, for example, requiring a declaration from the manufacturer of the goods.

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