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The '''Baltic countries''' (not to be confused with the [[Baltic states]]) are the countries
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that have access to the Baltic Sea.
 
The '''Baltic Sea''' is a sea in the north of [[Europe]], surrounded by [[Northern Europe|Northern]], [[Eastern Europe|Eastern]] and [[Central Europe|Central]] European countries.
 
The '''Baltic Sea''' is a sea in the north of [[Europe]], surrounded by [[Northern Europe|Northern]], [[Eastern Europe|Eastern]] and [[Central Europe|Central]] European countries.
  
 
==Countries==
 
==Countries==
 
The following countries have access to the Baltic Sea:
 
  
 
*[[Denmark]]
 
*[[Denmark]]

Revision as of 09:32, 6 February 2005

The Baltic countries (not to be confused with the Baltic states) are the countries that have access to the Baltic Sea. The Baltic Sea is a sea in the north of Europe, surrounded by Northern, Eastern and Central European countries.

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Together with Norway, Iceland and the European Union, the Baltic countries form the Council of the Baltic Sea States.

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