The Baltic States’ complex energy relations with Russia are no secret. Energy relations are an issue which will loom over the EU-Russia Summit taking place in Rostov-on-Don at the end of May. Ahead of the Summit, it is important to recognize the current challenges in EU-Russia energy relations, and ensure that the Baltic countries push for an EU position that benefits the region and the wider EU.The EU and Russia have been negotiating a new Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) since 2008. Negotiations have dragged on inconclusively for a year and a half now. Russia&rsqu...
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