Dutch politician suggests "second Yalta conference" to confirm Russia's gains in Ukraine and Baltic sovereignty

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Former Dutch EU commissioner and former leader of the liberal VVD party Frits Bolkestein thinks that Europe, the United States and Russia should organize a second Yalta conference to discuss a settlement in Ukraine and even the sovereignty of the Baltic states.
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