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Latvian ambassador expects Russia to sign boundary treaty
21.11.2006 15:09
Latvian ambassador expects Russia to sign boundary treaty

The Latvian ambassador to Russia claims that the boundary treaty between the two countries could be signed in 2007. He expects the boundary problem to be settled within the first half of the next year, as the new governmental declaration accepted after the parliamentary election, contains the boundary issue amongst the ones of primary importance.
      The boundary treaty was coordinated in 1997, but its signing was withdrawn after the Latvian government had decided to add the text of one-sided declaration with reference to legal norms allowing Latvia to lay boundary claims to Russia in the future.


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