Baltic Leaders Affirm Support for Two-state Solution After Meeting Netanyahu, Stay Mum on Jerusalem

Prime ministers of Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia say they discussed with Netanyahu the Middle East peace process ■ Statement made despite premier's claim that the trip's goal is to change EU approach to Israel

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LITHUANIA – The prime ministers of the three Baltic nations, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia, expressed their support on Friday for the two-state solution to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.