Eugene Eteris, "Baltics' growth and perspectives: ambassadors' views," baltic-course.com
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This fall has been marked by numerous “jubilees”: 25th anniversary of restored Baltic States’ independence, re-opening of Nordic-Baltic diplomatic relations and flourishing of public diplomacy. The three Baltic States’ ambassadors in Denmark shared their views with the BC’s international editor on the countries’ present and further steps in streamlining mutual relations. ...
Public diplomacy in the Baltic Sea region
Baltic’s public diplomacy celebrated 25th “silver jubilee” too: the Baltic Sea Parliamentary Assembly and yearly Conference (BSPC) took place in Riga at the end of August; hence 2016 has been named the “Year of Baltic and Nordic Cooperation”.
BSPC was established in 1991 as a forum for political dialogue between parliamentarians from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden. The BSPC is an annual assembly organised by the member states’ rotational presidency; it is Latvian turn in 2016. See more in: