December 23 – According to the Russian Sputnik News Agency and the Communist Youth League Pravda on the 22nd, the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce recently sent a letter to the Lithuanian government, saying that German enterprises are “extremely concerned” about Lithuania’s relations with China and may close down if Lithuania does not find some constructive solutions. German factory in Lithuania.
The letter pointed out that some German enterprises are currently facing problems in the production and sales of factories involving peat, lasers and auto parts. The German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce warned that if Lithuania does not find some constructive solutions to restore relations with China, Germany’s factories may face closure.
Belarusian President Lukashenko also warned Lithuania on the 22nd that the cargo transit passage between Lithuania and Ukraine may be closed in response to Lithuania’s ban on the transportation of “Belarusian potassium fertilizer” in the port of Klepėda. I don’t understand what Lithuanians are thinking when putting pressure on us. We will close this transit passage and let them transport goods through Germany or Poland, so that their transportation prices will triple.”