In one of your edit summaries you commented "Removed comment about Finland being a baltic country. The citation was not trustworthy and the notion is largely contested."
I would say that a speech by Toomas Hendrik Ilves is definitely trustworthy. No one is saying that Finland is a Baltic country it is clearly grouped with Nordic countries by any measure although it might have been considered a Baltic country in the interbellum period.
In the early 20th century, for example, no one used "Balts" to refer to Latvians and Lithuanians it was Baltic Germans of Latvia and Estonia who came up with the name and called themselves Balts, so you can see that its meanings have shifted greatly over time. Removing content that aims to explain these shifts does no good to the article. Neitrāls vārds (talk) 06:06, 21 August 2014 (UTC)
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