MOSCOW, 5 Nov. Members of the Baltic Assembly, which includes Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, announced their intention to “isolate Russia from European society,” RT reports.
“The Baltic Assembly emphasizes the great need for the unity of the Baltic states in that concerns support for Ukraine, isolating the Russian Federation from the European community,” the text of the resolution adopted at the end of the 41st session of the body says.
The document also notes the need to strengthen defense cooperation between the Baltic countries and allies in Northern Europe and the Benelux “for countering security threats in the field of conventional and cyber warfare”.
In addition, as noted in the publication, the parliamentarians highlighted “the importance and necessity of the US military presence in the region.”
The Baltic Assembly is an advisory body on cooperation between the parliaments of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. It was established in 1991.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the policy of containment and weakening of Russia is a long-term strategy of the West, and the sanctions dealt a serious blow to the entire world economy. According to him, the main goal of the United States and Europe is to worsen the lives of millions of people.