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Baltic Dialogue Initiative
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Written by UPF - Eurasia
Saturday, July 2, 2011
Riga, Latvia and Vilnius, Lithuania - Building on years of cultural exchanges between Russian, Finnish, and Swedish children, UPF-Eurasia introduced its Baltic Dialogue Initiative to Latvia and Lithuania. Conferences in June invited Ambassadors for Peace to join in addressing sensitive issues between Russia and its neighboring nations of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. Read reports from Riga, Vilnius, and Tallinn.
The mission of the initiative is to establish a new channel of dialogue between the populace of the Baltic nations and Russia, on the basis of shared European values, for the sake of growth and development, by means of popular diplomacy, mutual understanding, interfaith cooperation, humanitarian aid, and service projects, for the purpose of promoting better relations between the Russian-speaking and the native populations of the Baltic states and also to support the process of integrating the peoples of Russia and the Baltics into the European zone. For a detailed prospectus of the initiative, click here.
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