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Lithuania
Trade restrictions
Import ban
Russia
Energy - Energy sector
Nord Pool (a pan-European power exchange) decided to stop trading Russian electricity from its only importer in the Baltic States Inter RAO. It means that as of 22 May, Lithuania completely cut import of Russian energy supplies, i.e. oil, electricity or natural gas. Link to the original
20.05.2022
22.05.2022
Lithuania
Trade restrictions
Import ban
Russia
Energy - Gas+LNG
The Seimas of Lithuania officially banned by law the import of Russian natural gas, transit to the Kaliningrad region. The Seimas adopted the relevant amendments to the Law on Natural Gas. According to them, only suppliers from countries that do not pose a threat to national security will be able to use the gas transmission system of the country and the LNG terminal of Klaipėdos Nafta, except for suppliers transporting gas in transit to Kaliningrad.
28.06.2022
Lithuania
Travel ban
Visa restriction
Russia
General public
The Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) have reached an agreement to significantly limit (with some exceptions) border crossings for citizens of the Russian Federation who have EU Schengen visas. Decisions will be made by national governments according to national procedures, and will enter into force at the same time Link to the original
07.09.2022
Albania
Transport ban
Flight ban
Russia
Transport - Aerospace
Albania joined the EU and UK in closing its airspace to all aircraft registered in Russia, excluding only cases when flights need to take place for emergency, humanitarian or medical purposes. Link to the original
27.02.2022
27.02.2022
Finland
Travel ban
Visa restriction
Russia
Comprehensive - individuals
Finland reduces the number of visas issued to Russians by 10 times The Nordic country will accept documents and visa applications from citizens of the Russian Federation once a week and only in four Russian cities. In Finland, on September 1, an initiative of the authorities came into force, designed to reduce the number of Schengen visas issued to Russians by 10 times, Interfax reports with reference to the Associated Press. Under the new rules, Finland will only accept documents and tourist visa applications from Russians once a week and only in four Russian cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Murmansk and Petrozavodsk. Link to the original
01.09.2022
01.09.2022
Lithuania
Trade restrictions
Import ban
Russia
Energy - Electricity
Nord Pool decided to stop trading Russian electricity from its only importer in the Baltic States Inter RAO. It means that as 20.05.22, Lithuania has completely cut import of Russian energy supplies, i.e. oil, electricity or natural gas. Previously (end of March - mid April) Orlen Lietuva, the only oil importer in Lithuania, refused to import Russian crude oil, as reported by Lithuanian MFA. Link to the original
20.05.2022
Lithuania
Trade restrictions
Import ban
Russia
Energy - Gas+LNG
Seeking full energy independence from Russian gas, in response to Russia's energy blackmail in Europe and the war in Ukraine, Lithuania has completely abandoned Russian gas: Lithuania's gas transmission system has been operating without Russian gas imports since the beginning of April 2022. Link to the original
01.04.2022
01.04.2022
Latvia
Media / Information
Propaganda ban
Russia
Propagandists
The Latvian regulator the National Electronic Mass Media Council of Latvia (NEPLP) restricted access to the websites available in the territory of Latvia https://vk.com/, https://ok.ru, https://my.mail.ru until the lifting of sanctions imposed by the European Union, and restricted access to the mirror pages of the websites https://vk.com/, https://ok.ru, https://my.mail.ru available in the territory of Latvia. Link to the original
12.05.2022
12.05.2022
Latvia
Media / Information
Propaganda ban
Russia
Propagandists
The Latvian regulator the National Electronic Mass Media Council of Latvia (NEPLP) prohibited the distribution (including retransmission) of 80 audio and audiovisual programs registered in the Russian Federation in the territory of Latvia, until the Russian Federation terminates its aggression in Ukraine. Link to the original
06.06.2022
09.06.2022
Latvia
Trade restrictions
Import ban
Russia
Energy - Gas+LNG
Latvian parliament, Saeima, adopted in the final reading the amendments to the Energy Law, stipulating a ban on natural gas supplies from RF to Latvia beginning on Jan 1, 2023. The Saeima also adopted rules for specific cases when negotiating with the regulatory authorities of other EU countries on ways to ensure the ban on natural gas supplies from RF. The rules will apply to cases when Conexus Baltic Grid, the Latvian operator of the natural gas transmission and storage system, is negotiating with the operator of another EU country on creating a unified natural gas transmission system. Link to the original
14.06.2022
01.01.2023