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The Baltic states have responded to the increasing Russian military potential by taking measures to strengthen their own military potential.
The governments of the Baltic states initially voluntarily declared they would accept refugees.
The key factor is the Russian perception of NATO’s activities and the credibility of the Alliance’s security guarantees for the Baltic states.
Taking over shares of the Latvian carrier marks the beginning of an expansion for Russian Railways on the market of railway transport to Latvian ports.
The Baltic states have decided to adapt their Territorial Defence Forces to new threats by making a number of changes to their functioning.
The victory of the ruling Estonian Reform Party proves that the situation in Ukraine has turned this party into Estonians’ guarantor of state stability.
The Baltic states’ reaction to the threat from Russia has demonstrated that the level of cooperation between them is low.