China snubs EU efforts to mediate in Lithuania row, as trade embargo worsens

The Chinese customs authority has rejected the European Union’s request to discuss an alleged trade block on Lithuanian firms, claiming it is too preoccupied with the coronavirus pandemic.The EU has vowed to investigate claims from Lithuania that the Baltic nation had been frozen out of the Chinese customs system.But its initial advances were knocked back, according to sources familiar with the matter.It now plans to raise the situation with other levels of the Chinese government, after…

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