VILNIUS - With Germany and the Scandinavian countries practically on Lithuania's doorstep, it is only natural that the Baltic country would develop strong ties with the EU's northern region. But recently, Lithuania focused its eyes to the union's most southerly reaches when Greek President Constantinos Stephanopoulos arrived in Vilnius for a three-day state visit on June 30. Stephanopoulos came with the hope of re-enforcing the two countries' amiable political relationship and improving their economic partnership. In addition to spending time with Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus, Steph...
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