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English: The Nordic and Baltic countries have today signed a memorandum of understanding on the locating of diplomats at each other's missions abroad. The memorandum will make it easier for the Nordic and Baltic countries to maintain a diplomatic presence around the world by enabling flexible and cost-effective solutions. This reinforced diplomatic cooperation coincides with the twentieth anniversary of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania regaining their freedom and re-establishing diplomatic relations with other countries.

„This memorandum of understanding signed by our eight countries is concrete evidence of our solidarity and our strengthened diplomatic cooperation“ say the foreign ministers of the Nordic and Baltic countries in a joint statement.

The memorandum regulates the diplomatic and practical aspects of posting diplomats to the mission abroad of another Nordic or Baltic country.

The Nordic and Baltic countries comprise Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.
Deutsch: Die nordischen und baltischen Länder haben heute ein Absichtserklärung über die Ansiedlung von Diplomaten an ihren Auslandsvertretungen unterzeichnet. Die Erklärung wird es den nordischen und baltischen Ländern erleichtern, diplomatische Präsenz in der Welt durch flexible und kostengünstige Lösungen zu zeigen. Diese verstärkte diplomatische Zusammenarbeit fällt mit dem 20. Jahrestag zusammen, an dem Estland, Lettland und Litauen ihre Freiheit und wiederhergestellten diplomatischen Beziehungen mit anderen Ländern erlangten.

„Dieses Memorandum of Understanding von unseren acht Ländern sind konkreter Beweis unserer Solidarität und unserer verstärkten diplomatischen Zusammenarbeit“, sagen die Außenminister der nordischen und baltischen Länder in einer gemeinsamen Erklärung.

Das Memorandum regelt die diplomatischen und praktischen Aspekte der Entsendung von Diplomaten an Auslandsvertretungen eines anderen nordischen oder baltischen Landes.

Die nordischen und baltischen Länder umfassen Dänemark, Estland, Finnland, Island, Lettland, Litauen, Norwegen und Schweden.
Date 30 August 2011, 13:32
Source Foreign Ministers of Nordic and Baltic countries met in Helsinki, 30.08.2011 (Photographer Eero Kuosmanen)
Author Estonian Foreign Ministry

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