U.S. senators promote Lithuania

  • 1998-11-26
  • Rokas M. Tracevskis
VILNIUS - Eight U.S. senators visiting the Lithuanian capital last week say Lithuania and Slovenia are the most likely countries to be invited to NATO in a second round of expansion.All eight senators, led by William Roth, Republican of Delaware, are members of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Their European tour included stops in Poland and Romania as well. The trip was designed to find out how well these countries are prepared for NATO membership."All senators spoke in favor of continuing NATO expansion," said President Valdas Adamkus after a meeting with the American lawmakers.Roth said,...
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