OREANDA-NEWS  Dozens of cars with Russian license plates have been deployed on the Lithuanian border in a week. Such data is provided by the customs of the country on its official website.

So, 58 cars from Russia were not allowed to Lithuania. At the same time, the flow of such cars is getting smaller every day. Currently, there are only isolated cases of attempts to enter the republic.

"Customs officers at border road posts warn drivers of cars with Russian license plates that they will not be allowed to pass. They were also warned that in case of an attempt to re—enter, they face liability under Article 515 of Administrative Offenses — for violating international sanctions," the report says.

On September 10, the EU announced a ban on the entry of Russians with personal smartphones and cars. Later, the EC revised this decision, softening the measures applied. Estonia has banned the entry of cars from the Russian Federation, and Russian tourists have also been urged to refrain from traveling by car to Lithuania and Latvia.