VIENNA, Austria - As the heroin problem in the Baltics and other former East Bloc nations grows, Eastern European nations are being encouraged to look West for solutions."We see the trend in Eastern Europe that existed 10 to 15 years ago in our countries. We can help by sharing our experiences. You can learn from what has been successful in Western European countries," said Marcel Reiman, vice chairman of the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction, at a Dec. 18 press conference in Vienna.According to the center's annual report on drug problems in the European Union, the Bal...
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