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Kaliningrad, among the truck drivers queuing at the border: “It was better in the USSR”

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Kaliningrad, among the truck drivers queuing at the border: “It was better in the USSR”

CHERNYSHEVSKOE (Russia-Lithuania border) – Seen from the nearby petrol station, the hundreds of trucks queuing at the Russian-Lithuanian border look like many Lego bricks in columns. The row, sometimes double, extends for about four kilometers. “It has been like this since March. Sometimes it gets longer, sometimes it gets shorter. Today it got worse again,” protests Sergej Shaldibin, 55, for 32 at the wheel, as he swallows an ice cream cone to deceive the heat and boredom.

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