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Sweden Declassifies Diplomatic Reports on Fall of Soviet Union

Sweden has declassified a number of diplomatic materials relating to the end of Soviet rule in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

On Thursday 17 February, 2011 a seminar will be held to discuss the publication of the documents at the Utrikespolitiska Institutet, Drottning Kristinas väg 37, Stockholm at 17.00-18.30 followed by a reception hosted by the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

400 pages of previously secret government papers are now available in Swedish at: http://issuu.com/utrikesdepartementet

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