When the Baltic flags of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania went up for the first time at U.N. Headquarters in New York on Sept. 17, 1991, representatives of the Baltic Association to the United Nations, a New York-based nongovernmental organization, marked the happy occasion. Twelve years later, as the Baltic states prepare to join NATO and the European Union next spring they have even more reason to smile.Founded 37 years ago, BATUN was the only Baltic NGO to focus its efforts primarily on the United Nations and the dissemination of information about the Soviet occupied Baltic states of Estoni...
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