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In these days the name of the Russian Territory of Kaliningrad appeared on the news again. Located on the Baltic Sea, southern of Lituania. Until 30 years ago, when the Soviet Union still existed, the three Baltic Republics of Estonia, Lutva and Lituania were part of the “Soviet giant” (which annexed them at the beginning of the second world war) and the province of Kaliningrad wasn’t more than one of the many soviet provinces. When the three repubbolics left the Soviet Union and became, like fifty years before, independent republics, the Kaliningrad Territory remain trapped betwenn Poland  and Lituania. Special agreements were signed by Russia Nad Lituania for the connections with this part of Russian Territory far from the mother land. 

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