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Friday 07 August 1992
MOSCOW (Reuter) - The foreign ministers of Latvia and Estonia said that Russia had shown a new willingness to work out a timetable for withdrawing former Soviet troops from the Baltic states. But they added, after talks in Moscow, also including Lithuania, that there were still wide differences on setting a date for a pullout.
Thursday 30 July 1992
Moscow (Reuter) - Estonia issued a protest to Russia yesterday over a clash this week in the capital, Tallinn, between Estonian and Russian navy units.
Friday 24 July 1992
MOSCOW - Once the vanguard of the second Russian revolution, the Baltic states faded rapidly from the front pages at the beginning of the year, their violent struggles for independence replaced with ethnic clashes in Georgia and Moldova, Armenia and Azerbaijan. The new contest was between Russia and Ukraine, or Kazakhstan. So populous and potentially rich were these other countries by comparison that it seemed possible that the Balts might not be heard of for some time.
Wednesday 15 July 1992
VILNIUS (Reuter) - The Lithuanian Prime Minister, Gediminas Vagnorius, accused by his opponents of bungling economic reform, was sacked by parliament in a vote of no confidence yesterday.
Wednesday 08 July 1992
Helsinki (Reuter) - Russia and the three Baltic states agreed a draft statement yesterday calling for talks on an early withdrawal of former Soviet troops, delegates to the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe said.
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