Since June 18, Lithuanian Railways has stopped transiting from/to the Kaliningrad region from other regions of Russia a large list of goods that fall under the sanctions of the European Union (EU). These actions are illegal and do not comply with the provisions of the documents on the country’s accession to the EU, said the governor of the Kaliningrad region Anton Alikhanov. “These actions are illegal and may have far-reaching consequences for Lithuania and the European Union. In particular, I would like to quote a few paragraphs from the joint statement on EU enlargement, here there are links to international agreements, documents that both the European community and Russia have joined,” Mr. Alikhanov said in a video message published on the Telegram channel. He also urged residents not to worry about the ban on the transit of a number of goods to the region and not to succumb to “panic moods”. “We are provided with everything, we have ways to deliver goods. I ask you all to remain calm,” Anton Alikhanov said in another video message. He also expressed confidence… .