Seminar in Stockholm - on 2014 NATO summit decisions and implications for Baltics, Europe and Trans-Atlantic relations
Friday, October 3, 2014
Addressing the participants of the conference, organised by the Swedish Atlantic Council, the Embassy of Lithuania in Stockholm and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization on 1 October, Lithuanian Ambassador to Sweden Eitvydas Bajarūnas welcomed the decisions adopted in Cardiff and stressed the necessity of their urgent and smooth implementation.
Photo courtesy of the Lithuanian Embassy in Stockholm
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