Only common business interests can unite countries. Such a unifier in the Baltics can be the Visaginas nuclear power plant. On Nov. 16, Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves at a joint press conference with Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite in the Lithuanian presidential palace in Vilnius stated that Estonia will participate in the construction of the Visaginas nuclear plant in Lithuania. Ilves, speaking about the new nuke in Lithuania, said, with his finger pointed at journalists, that “when Estonia says it is going to do something, it will do it.” Whether it will be...
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