TALLINN - At a meeting with Estonian officials, Danish Foreign Minister Niels Helveg Petersen said his country will continue to support Estonia's and the other Baltic states' membership in both the European Union and NATO."In our opinion, enlargement is vital for long-term stability in Europe and this process should be, above all, regarded from that aspect," Petersen said, in Tallinn Jan. 14 to mark the opening of the Danish Embassy to Estonia. "Enlargement is absolutely necessary. It is our security."Denmark was one of the first countries to recognize Estonia's independence in 1991. Since ...
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