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Linas Linkevicius (left) with Dalia Grybauskaite (right) [Image: DELFI.lt]
According to Russian news agency Interfax, Russia’s Prosecutor General’s Office has opened an investigation into the legitimacy of the independence of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
The office will look into the whether decision made by th...
Based on Ernst and Young’s European Attractiveness Survey, 2014 saw the Baltic States complete 9 percent more investment projects, and create 31 percent more jobs in comparison to 2013 as a result of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
Kremlin Chief of Staff Sergei Ivanov has described the threat of Russian military intervention towards Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania as “nothing but raving nonsense.”
Speaking to the Financial Times, Ivanov sai...
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