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Reader feedback: The visa pain, Trading interests?

March 27 - April 02, 2006, Volume 12, Number 12, Readers feedback

The visa issue between the United States and Central and Eastern European countries should be handled on its merit, something the US, to its credit, has done so far. Central and Eastern Europe should not expect to have the right to trade the interests of other nations in return for a US visa waiver program.

David,
London

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