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Lithuania gave Russia a note for information on the oil platform

The Lithuanian foreign Ministry gave the Russian Embassy verbal note in connection with the appeared, according to the Ministry, free information on major environmental violations on offshore oil platform D-6 on the continental shelf of the Baltic sea, reported on the website of the foreign Ministry.

"The third of July, the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Lithuania handed over to the Russian Embassy in Vilnius verbal note in response to recent publicly available information about serious environmental violations at the offshore platform D-6 on the continental shelf of the Baltic sea", - stated in the message.

Railways resume a passenger message Kaliningrad

The Railways from Wednesday to resume passenger rail service between Kaliningrad and other cities of Russia: while the schedule back two trains from Moscow and St. Petersburg, the company said.

Railways has canceled passenger trains between the cities of Russia and Kaliningrad from April 6 on the background of the situation with coronavirus. The head of the press service of the government of the Kaliningrad region Dmitry Lyskov reported on Friday to RIA Novosti that the rail link to Kaliningrad will resume from 1 July. The Railways later confirmed this date. Thus, passenger trains did not go to Kaliningrad for almost three months.

The Lithuanian foreign Ministry summoned the representative of the Russian Embassy

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Lithuania summoned on Thursday the representative of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in addressing the State Duma the bill which withdraws the condemnation of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and its secret protocols, according to the website of the Embassy of the Russian Federation.

Earlier the Deputy of the state Duma Alexei Zhuravlev introduced in the lower house a bill which proposed to annul the decision of the Council of people's deputies of December 24, 1989, condemning the signing of the Soviet-German non-aggression Pact of 1939. According to the Deputy, the decision "inconsistent with the principles of historical justice and customary in the context of growing political instability of those years, coupled with pressure from external forces." The Duma initiative was supported by 38 scientists, public figures and officers, have sent an open letter Zhuravlev and house speaker Vyacheslav Volodin.