WARSAW, March 18 The United States will work on
greater diversification of energy sources in the Baltics and may
consider rotating units of its ground and naval forces through
the region for training exercises, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden
said on Tuesday.
Biden, who was speaking after meeting Estonian President
Toomas Hendrik Ilves in the Polish capital, also said that his
country remains committed to NATO's pledge to help member states
if military action is taken against them.
Ilves said during a joint news conference with Biden that
the European Union's response to Russia's intervention in
Ukraine must be more robust and "should not be about the price
(Reporting by Karolina Slowikowska and Roberta Rampton; Writing
by Marcin Goclowski; Editing by Christian Lowe)