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Russia-Ukraine war: Moscow warns of ‘serious negative impact’ for Lithuania over goods blockade – live

Russian says ‘appropriate measures’ are being considered amid restrictions on goods moving through Baltic state to Kaliningrad

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Reuters reports the Georgian prime minister, Irakli Garibashvili, has said at an economic conference in Qatar that his country is committed to joining Nato, but must solve its territorial problems with Russia first.

Georgia is sandwiched between Russia in the north, with Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan to its south. The breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia are internationally recognised as part of Georgia’s territory, although a handful of states, including Russia, officially recognise them.

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