LTG Cargo, the freight arm of Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LTG), Lithuania’s state-owned railway company, has asked law enforcement to investigate a possible violation of international sanctions in the export of luxury cars to third countries.
According to the company’s press release, LTG Cargo experts responsible for sanctions supervision became suspicious about possible schemes to circumvent restrictions on luxury cars shipped to Russia.
LTG Cargo contacted law enforcement following an internal investigation.
The company claims that it has already taken action to prevent such shipments and has forwarded the investigation material it has gathered on possible sanction circumvention schemes to the Prosecutor General’s Office.
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