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The old city of Koenigsberg, which had a German majority population before World War $2$, is now called Kaliningrad. After the events of the war, Kaliningrad is now a Russian territory and has a predominantly Russian population. It is bordered by the Baltic Sea on the north and the countries of Poland to the south and west and Lithuania to the east respectively. Which of the statements below can be inferred from this passage?

  1. Kaliningrad was historically Russian in its ethnic make up
  2. Kaliningrad is a part of Russia despite it not being contiguous with the rest of Russia
  3. Koenigsberg was renamed Kaliningrad, as that was its original Russian name
  4. Poland and Lithuania are on the route from Kaliningrad to the rest of Russia
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Kaliningrad is part of Russia after world war-2. So, it is not the contiguous region of Russia

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