VILNIUS - NATO has finally endorsed the updated defense plans for the Baltic states and Poland after a compromise was found with Turkey which has so far been the only country to block the decision, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius told BNS on Tuesday.
"We can now say that the issue has been practically resolved. They are endorsed," the minister told BNS.
NATO approved the first defense plans for the Baltic states in 2010, but Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland want them regularly updated.
Turkey has lately be...
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