BALTIC NATIONS SEEK OIL IMPORT SOURCES

The newly independent former Soviet Baltic republics are widening their search for oil imports to make up for reduced deliveries from Russia. Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania have shifted emphasis from appeals to Moscow toward direct deals with petroleum producing enterprises in the Commonwealth of Independent States and with other countries. Early this year, Russia agreed to deliver 70% as much fuel to the Baltic nations in 1992 as in 1991. But Russia did not meet its commitments largely

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