Resolution Commemorating The Fifth Anniversary Of The U.s. Senate’s Approval Of Nato Expansion To Include The Baltic Countries Of Estonia, Latvia, And Lithuania; And, Calling For A New Renaissance Of The Transatlantic Alliance In The Face Of An Increasingly Authoritarian And Hostile Russia Seeking To Enlarge It’s Sphere Of Influence In The Baltics, The Balkans, And Eurasia

WHEREAS on May 8, 2003, the U.S. Senate unanimously approved the invitations of seven new members to NATO, including Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania–ratifying the offer of membership extended to Read The Full Story →

Resolution Urging The People Of Russia To Promulgate The Shared Values That Unite The People Of The Baltic States And United States In Commemoration Of The 30th Anniversary Of The Designation Of June 14, 1982, As Baltic Freedom Day By U.s. President Ronald Reagan

WHEREAS, on June 14-15, 1941, a year after the Soviet occupation of the Baltic Republics of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, over 40,000 people from all three countries were taken from their homes at Read The Full Story →