Starting from June 4, the Lithuanian Railway will stop transporting Belarusian sanctioned products: woodworking, rubber and metal products.

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This was announced by First Deputy Prime Minister Nikolai Snopkov at the National Assembly, Railway Supply magazine reports.

According to him, Belarusian Railways received a notice to stop transportation on May 17, and the last trains with the listed sanctioned products will be accepted on May 31.

In addition, he said that due to the war and sanctions, Belarusian Railways lost 26 million tons of cargo, including 12 million tons transported to Ukraine.

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