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A mutual defence pact between Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Soon after World War I there were negotiations for an alliance between all the countries which had recently broken away from the Russian empire, that is, Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, but these collapsed. Latvia and Estonia did however make an agreement in 1923, which Lithuania joined in 1934.

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