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In this handout photo released by Russian Emergency Ministry Press Service, Russian Emergency Situation ministry's firefighters work at the scene of a fire at the Novoshakhtinsk oil processing plant in the Rostov-on-Don region in Russia, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. A drone strike caused a fire at a refinery in southwestern Russia near the border with Ukraine on Wednesday, but no one was hurt and the blaze was contained quickly, officials said. (Russian Emergency Ministry Press Service via AP)

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Workers place sections of a nine-meter (30-foot) high concrete wall to replace a border fence between the northern West Bank and Israel, near the Arab village of Salem, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. The Israeli defense ministry said Wednesday that it had started construction on a section of separation barrier in the northern West Bank after months of military raids in the area following a string of deadly attacks on Israelis by Palestinians. The ministry announced that it began work on a 45-kilometer (28 mile) stretch of wall to replace fencing installed 20 years earlier. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

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Workers place sections of a nine-meter (30-foot) high concrete wall to replace a border fence between the northern West Bank and Israel, near the Arab village of Salem, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. The Israeli defense ministry said Wednesday that it had started construction on a section of separation barrier in the northern West Bank after months of military raids in the area following a string of deadly attacks on Israelis by Palestinians. The ministry announced that it began work on a 45-kilometer (28 mile) stretch of wall to replace fencing installed 20 years earlier. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

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Cargo trains wagons from Russian enclave Kaliningrad are seen at the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June. 22, 2022. Lithuania on Monday defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Cargo trains run from Lithuania to the Russian enclave Kaliningrad near the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June. 22, 2022. Lithuania on Monday defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Cargo trains wagons from Russian enclave Kaliningrad are seen at the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June. 22, 2022. Lithuania on Monday defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Cargo trains run from Lithuania to the Russian enclave Kaliningrad near the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June. 22, 2022. Lithuania on Monday defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Cargo trains from Russian enclave Kaliningrad move to the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June. 22, 2022. Lithuania on Monday defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Cargo trains from Russian enclave Kaliningrad move to the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June. 22, 2022. Lithuania defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Cargo trains from the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad move to the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June. 22, 2022. Lithuania on Monday defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Cargo trains run from Lithuania to the Russian enclave Kaliningrad near the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Lithuania on Monday defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Cargo trains from Russian enclave Kaliningrad move to the border railway station in Kybartai, some 200 kms (124 miles) west of the capital Vilnius, Lithuania, Wednesday, June. 22, 2022. Lithuania on Monday defended its decision to bar rail transit from Russia to a Russian Baltic Sea exclave of goods hit by European Union sanctions, in a move that drew Moscow's strong anger amid high tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

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Trucks stands at the post-customs international checkpoint Chernyshevskoye at the Russian-Lithuanian border in Kaliningrad region, Russia, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Russia’s security chief on Tuesday said Moscow will respond to Lithuania’s decision to bar rail transit of goods subject to European Union sanctions from Russia to Russia's Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad. (AP Photo)

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Trucks stands at the post-customs international checkpoint Chernyshevskoye at the Russian-Lithuanian border in Kaliningrad region, Russia, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Russia’s security chief on Tuesday said Moscow will respond to Lithuania’s decision to bar rail transit of goods subject to European Union sanctions from Russia to Russia's Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad. (AP Photo)

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Trucks stands at the post-customs international checkpoint Chernyshevskoye at the Russian-Lithuanian border in Kaliningrad region, Russia, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Russia’s security chief on Tuesday said Moscow will respond to Lithuania’s decision to bar rail transit of goods subject to European Union sanctions from Russia to Russia's Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad. (AP Photo)

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Truck drivers stand near their trucks at the post-customs international checkpoint Chernyshevskoye at the Russian-Lithuanian border in Kaliningrad region, Russia, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Russia’s security chief on Tuesday said Moscow will respond to Lithuania’s decision to bar rail transit of goods subject to European Union sanctions from Russia to Russia's Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad. (AP Photo)

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A view of the post-customs international checkpoint Chernyshevskoye at the Russian-Lithuanian border in Kaliningrad region, Russia, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Russia’s security chief on Tuesday said Moscow will respond to Lithuania’s decision to bar rail transit of goods subject to European Union sanctions from Russia to Russia's Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad. (AP Photo)