Last week's news from Brussels was good for all three Baltic states, but now comes the hard part. None of the Baltic states received perfect grades, and there is work to be done on many fronts: the fight against corruption, judicial reform and integration of ethnic minorities, to name a few.It is imperative that Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia immediately get to work and continue with the tough reforms necessary to join the EU. In Riga, this appears to be the prevailing attitude. Lithuania and Estonia need to take a similar view. For some Lithuanians, it rankles that Latvia was ranked slightl...
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