1 March 2001 VILNIUS, Lithuania–This year, Kaliningrad’s neighbors, Lithuania and Poland, will speed up their integration process into the European Union. That change will bring a new wave of investment to Kaliningrad-which will effectively become a Russian Federation enclave within the EU. Kaliningrad was known as Koenigsberg before the Soviet army seized East Prussia in […]

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