FECL 14 (April 1993):

COOPERATION OF BALTIC SEA-STATES AGAINST IMMIGRANTS AND DRUG TRAFFICKERS

The states adjacent to the Baltic sea desire to extend their cooperation in the framework of the Baltic sea council. The foreign ministers of the ten countries, Russia, Estonia, Lithuania, Lattvia, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finnland have agreed upon "concrete projects" for preventing "illegal migratory fluxes" and increased drug trafficking in the Baltic region.

 

Source: Süddeutsche Zeitung, 18.3.93