The Norwegian government is planning to ban cars with Russian license plates from crossing its borders, the country’s foreign minister, Eivind Vad Petersson, said on Sept. 20.

Norway is currently the only European country that shares a land border that allows cars with Russian license plates to enter. Petersson said his government is also working on rules to limit the use of Russian-registered cars already in Norway.

"Like Finland, Norway will introduce restrictions on the entry and use of cars with Russian registration. We are currently studying how to do this and will quickly come back with effective measures," Petersson said.

Poland’s Internal Affairs Minister, Mariusz Kaminski, said on Sept. 16 that Poland would not allow cars with Russian license plates across the border.

Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia had all previously banned cars with Russian license plates from crossing their borders.