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On Thursday, the Russian governor of the Kaliningrad Region said that the creation of a corridor via Lithuania could cancel Russia’s tit-for-tat measures.
The Russian Governor for the region of Kaliningrad, Anton Alikhanov said Thursday that a ‘green corridor’ via Lithuania, would be conditional in the process of negotiation, in light of the prohibition of transit through the Kaliningrad Region.
"This s one of negotiating positions we should maintain. You understand, if they do not return transit now, we will take tit-for-tat measures," said the Governor of Kaliningrad.
"Lifting of such restrictions can be linked with the creation of the corridor," he added.
The Governor suggested negotiating the creation of a corridor in Lithuania, where it will be possible to access the region without invading Lithuanian territory.
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He highlighted the fact that similar examples have been in history.