Lukashenko told what economic damage his plan will cause to Lithuania

Lithuanian logistics points will lose an impressive amount of revenue when Belarus completes the process of reorienting cargo to Russian ports.


This statement was made on Monday, October 5, by the Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko, while listening to the report of the head of the State Customs Committee, Yuri Senko.

The President noted that he is particularly interested in the situation on the border with countries that support the republic’s pro-Western opposition in its desire to carry out a coup d’etat. In this regard, he pointed to Ukraine, Poland, Latvia and Lithuania.

“As for the two Baltic states – Lithuania and Latvia. As you report to me, almost 40% of the trucks that carry cargo to Belarus this year come from Lithuania and Latvia. This is a huge volume. If we take up this flow, the logistics points of Lithuania will receive less than a quarter”, – Lukashenko said.

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