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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: Latvia's Interior Minister Marija Golubeva stands at Kaplava near Kraslava on the border with Belarus. The situation on the EU's eastern external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Golubeva said. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: "Stop - state border" is written in three languages on the border with Belarus. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: "Stop - state border" is written in three languages on the border with Belarus. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: "Stop - state border" is written in three languages on the border with Belarus. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: "Stop - state border" is written in three languages on the border with Belarus. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: "Stop - state border" is written in three languages on the border with Belarus. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: Latvia's Interior Minister Marija Golubeva stands at Kaplava near Kraslava on the border with Belarus. The situation on the EU's eastern external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Golubeva said. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: Latvia's Interior Minister Marija Golubeva stands at Kaplava near Kraslava on the border with Belarus. The situation on the EU's eastern external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Golubeva said. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: "Stop - state border" is written in three languages on the border with Belarus. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: "Stop - state border" is written in three languages on the border with Belarus. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: The border with Belarus near Kaplava. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: The border with Belarus near Kaplava. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: The border with Belarus near Kaplava. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: The border with Belarus near Kaplava. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: "Borderland" is written on a tree on the border with Belarus near Kaplava. The situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control, according to the government in Riga. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva told journalists during a visit to the border in Kraslava today. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: Lieutenant Colonel Juris Kusi of the local Latvian Border Guard Agency stands at Kaplava near Kraslava on the border with Belarus. According to the government in Riga, the situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva said. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa

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17 November 2021, Latvia, Kaplava: Lieutenant Colonel Juris Kusi of the local Latvian Border Guard Agency stands at Kaplava near Kraslava on the border with Belarus. According to the government in Riga, the situation at the eastern EU external border between Latvia and Belarus is stable and under control. No major incidents have been registered so far, Interior Minister Golubeva said. Photo: Alexander Welscher/dpa