Red quadrate (1993) 01/30/1993
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AnnotationThe withdrawal of Russian troops from the Baltic states.
End of the program.
The problems encountered by the Russian side during the withdrawal of military units from the territory of the Baltic States are discussed.
Joint search for consensus.
The Russian side claims its right to a part of the property, acting as the legal successor of the Soviet Union.
For its part, Lithuania is making environmental claims to Russia and is demanding compensation for damage to the ecological environment.
Similar situations are given for solving similar problems in international practice.
The question of the possible entry of the Baltic countries into the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) is being raised.
Egidijus Bichkauskas, speaking about the plans for the country's military strategy, declares that Lithuania is not going to enter into military and political alliances with anyone in the near future.
Final comment Andranik Migranyan.
PersonnelBichkauskas Egidijus is Lithuanian Ambassador to Russia.
Isakov Victor - representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, head of the Russian delegation at the talks with Lithuania.
Kleimenov Anatoly is a Soviet and Russian military commander, a representative of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, a member of the government delegation at the talks with Lithuania.
Migranyan Andranik is a political scientist.