Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia agreed to significantly limit the entry of Russians holding Schengen visas. Latvian Minister of Foreign Affairs Edgars Rinkevičs announced this on Twitter.
"The Baltic countries have reached an agreement on significantly limiting (with some exceptions) border crossing by citizens of the Russian Federation who have EU Schengen visas. The decisions will be adopted by national governments in accordance with national procedures and will come into force at the same time," the minister wrote.
On September 6, the European Commission officially proposed to suspend the visa facilitation agreement with Russia and not to recognize Russian passports issued in the occupied territories of Ukraine.