Source Pravda.Ru

The Baltic states promised to wage joint struggle against terrorism

Presidents of three Baltic states (Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia) Valdas Adamkus, Vaira Vike-Freiberga and Arnold Ruutel, indicated that their countries jointly undertook all obligations in respect to the North Atlantic alliance, including the struggle against terrorism.

According to Adamkus, Lithuania would continue to develop good neighborly relations with Russia. As far as the Kaliningrad transit is concerned, Adamkus reported that they would hold consultations to resolve technical issues.

The heads of the Baltic states also reported that they would also coordinate their actions in the process of integration into the European Union.

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