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In 1991, there was a crack down in the Baltic States. Soviet troops occupied the capital of Lithuania and it was deemed that the Soviet Union had no legal authority to rule or occupy the Baltic States.
The Soviet Coup of 1991 was an attempt by members of the Soviet Union’s government to take control of the country from President Gorbachev. Gorbachev resigned after 11 of the former Soviet republics had established the CIS, dismembering the USSR.
In 1991, Boris Yeltsin became the first President of Russia. In 1999 Vladimir Putin took over as Yeltsin resigned. Putin was first a member of the KGB, Russia’s foreign intelligence agency.
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