VILNIUS - Although Rolandas Paksas has been Lithuania's prime minister for almost a month, he has had little time recently to break in his new chair. International duties have called Paksas to the road. First Paksas jetted to Russia at the end of June for a day of deal-making with his counterpart Sergey Stepashin and Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov. Then he was off to rub elbows with regional leaders at an economic forum in Salzburg, Austria. Despite the dizzying schedule, Paksas claims his week of travel has resulted in significant agreements. Downright cordial in MoscowIn the early 1990's Lithu...
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