1. The establishment of the Council of the Baltic Sea States (‘CBSS’) in the period immediately after the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union. 2. The CBSS as a forum for strengthening the political and economic relations between the states in the region. 3. Cooperation among the Baltic states to develop democracy and an identity in the region. This headnote pertains to: 1992 CBSS 1st Ministerial Session – Copenhagen Declaration, an instrument the text of which has been prepared by and/or adopted in the framework of an international...
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