Baltic PMs meet on closer cooperation, security

The prime ministers of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia met here on Monday on closer cooperation and security issues.

At a meeting of the Prime Ministers’ Council under the format of the Baltic Council of Ministers (BCM), Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis and his Latvian and Estonian counterparts Maris Kucinskis and Juri Ratas discussed cooperation in the field of energy, transportation, said a statement from the Lithuanian government. The issues discussed included synchronization of the Baltic States’ electricity grid with the continental European system, as well as Rail Baltica project connecting Finland and Poland. “The Rail Baltica project is a priority for Lithuania,” said Skvernelis.


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