RIGAEven though the Baltic states have not signed an agreement with the United States on nonextradition of U.S. citizens to the Inter-national Criminal Court and thus are among the some 50 countries that will have its U.S. military aid cut, relations with America will not suffer, the states' foreign ministries stated last week."The U.S.A. is our ally, we are their ally, and nothing will change," said Latvian Foreign Ministry spokesman Rets Plesums.Latvia's neighbors Estonia and Lithuania echoed this opinion in their own statements.Starting July 1, the United States suspended military assist...
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