ILVES WANTS CLEAR MESSAGE FROM NATO: Foreign Minister Toomas Hendrik Ilves said Estonia wants next year's NATO Washington Summit to offer more, not less clarity concerning the enlargement of the alliance. "Merely repeating the Madrid messages in Washington would send the wrong signal by indicating to those on the outside of the alliance that enlargement is not a real priority for NATO." The foreign minister said that if in 1999 the alliance chooses to take in new members then choices should not be made according to politics, ostensibly referring to Russia's opposition to Baltic membership i...
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