RIGA - Reacting to media reports that Russia has placed about 20 short-range Iskander SS-26 missiles in the Kaliningrad exclave, Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis told journalists from the Lithuanian news portal Lrytas.lt in Brussels on Dec. 19 that this move forces Europe to speak more actively about a common European security policy.“Of course [Russia’s] stationing of such weapons is a cause for concern. These weapons are obviously also linked to the recent large-scale military maneuvers near Baltic borders. At the same time, [a common European security policy] must be a...
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