Baltic states to open borders to each others' citizens - Latvian PM

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This content was published on May 6, 2020 - 09:56

VILNIUS (Reuters) - Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia will open their borders to each others' citizens from May 15, Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins said on Tuesday.

"Agreed on opening of internal Baltic borders from May 15 and free movement of our citizens," he said in a tweet on his Twitter account. "The citizens arriving from other countries have to obey 14 day self-isolation."

(Reporting By Gederts Gelzis. Writing by Andrius Sytas)

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