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Lithuania Banned Wagons with Symbols of the Russian Airborne Troops from Passing Through its Territory

Lithuania Banned Wagons with Symbols of the Russian Airborne Troops from Passing Through its Territory
photo: Lithuanian State Border Guard Service/Lithuania Banned Wagons with Symbols of the Russian Airborne Troops from Passing Through its Territory
11 / 11 / 2022

Five cars with the symbols of the Russian Airborne Troops, which were heading from Guryevsk, 20 kilometers from Kaliningrad, were stopped by the State Border Guard Service of Lithuania on November 3 and 4. The wagons were heading to Togliatti, in southwestern Russia.

The wagons, which were part of two convoys - three and two cars each - had the logo of the Russian Airborne Troops along with the motto Nobody but us. According to the Lithuanian State Border Guard Service, the cars were detached from the convoys and sent back to Kaliningrad.

The wagons were stopped at the Kibartai checkpoint, in Lithuania. According to the information of the Belarusian railway community, this time, the wagons were empty, but this was not the first convoy. On October 27, convoys loaded with 65 tons of ammonium sulfate arrived in Guryevsk. While it is a universal fertilizer, there are suspicions that sodium sulfate can be used by militants to make explosives. For this reason, the substance is banned in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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