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EU could limit visas for Russians to ‘humanitarian’ cases, Lithuanian FM says

EU could limit visas for Russians to 'humanitarian' cases, Lithuanian FM says. EU countries could follow Lithuania's example and implement a visa ban for Russian tourists, the country's foreign minister, Gabrielius Landsbergis, told DW.

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