The article ``Central Europeans Differ on How to Approach NATO and Trade,'' Jan. 21, states, ``the Czech Republic is the only Visegrad state not currently sharing a border with Russia.'' Wrong. Neither do Hungary or Slovakia. They share a border with Ukraine. Russians, to be sure, have trouble accepting the reality of an independent Ukraine, but why should Americans? Michael Roskin, Carlisle, Pa.
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