The European Union has understood how “essential” it is for Russia to be able to transport goods to Kaliningrad, the Kremlin has said.
Kaliningrad is a Russian exclave sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania.
In June, Lithuania started to prevent goods getting to Moscow from Kaliningrad – a decision which was met with fury from Russia.
However, in a call with reporters today, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said that developments around the exclave were “positive”, after a deal with the EU to unblock transit to Kaliningrad.
For more information on Kaliningrad and the row between Russia and the EU read our explainer from June below.