15 January 1998span> THE ESTONIAN, LATVIAN, and Lithuanian premiers moved a step closer to creating a common economic area after agreeing in November to abolish most customs barriers. They also signed a resolution at the Riga meeting calling for the creation of a joint border service. THE LATVIAN DEFENSE Ministry’s bomb-disposal unit destroyed 48 World […]

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