In the Interview: Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite
Poland is expected to use the Brussels meeting to urge a greater presence in Eastern Europe. Warsaw is also lobbying for what it regards to be a key guarantor for stability: A permanent US troop presence in the country.
A German NGO granted three "northern outposts" that "face a potential vulnerability" next to Russia the peace prize on Saturday in Münster. The award recognizes the states’ efforts in supporting European integration.
The Chinese premier is meeting with leaders from Central and Eastern European countries at a summit in Sofia as he aims to boost Beijing's trade interests in the region. But Li cannot afford to offend the European Union.
Lithuanian ex-lawmaker and judge Neringa Venckiene accused her country's government of covering up a pedophile ring. She said charges against her are politically motivated and she could be killed if sent to Lithuania.
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