5 September 2001 KARLSKRONA, 30 August (Ballad.org)–“The Schengen agreement is not some gold coin that will stay unchanged. It can develop in the future. But the solution will have to be worked out at the very highest level in Russia and the European Union,” said Kaliningrad Governor Vladimir Yegorov at the “Baltic Future” conference held […]

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