Prime Minister of Estonia Kaja Kallas has called for a complete ban on the transit of European Union goods through Russia.

This was reported by the Bloomberg.

Exports from the Baltic nation of 1.3 million to Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Armenia and Uzbekistan have surged since last year, Kallas told reporters Tallinn on Thursday. However, she said she doubted whether many of the goods reached these destinations after transiting through Russia.

Since last year, Estonian semiconductor exports to Kazakhstan, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan grew 189%, 222% and 21,576%, she said, urging EU action on the matter.

“The easiest thing to do would be to ban transit in all countries bordering Russia,” Kallas said, adding that an EU-wide solution was needed. “A separate Estonian sanction wouldn’t solve the problem because the exports would just move to another border country.”