VILNIUS – The foreign ministers of all the three Baltic countries quarantined themselves Saturday after meeting with their Slovenian counterpart, who tested positive following a visit to the region this week, AFP news agency reported.
Estonia's Urmas Reinsalu, Latvia's Edgars Rinkevics and Linas Linkevicius from Lithuania were all reported to be doing fine.
Slovenian Foreign Minister Anze Logar tested positive for coronavirus on Friday after returning from a three-day tour to the Baltic states, where he met with his three counterparts.
According to the Slovenian Foreign Ministry, Logar, 44, has no symptoms but he will remain in self-isolation for 10 days.
Poland's President Andrzej Duda also tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday, just days after he returned from The Three Seas Initiative forum in Tallinn.
While it was unclear when Duda was infected, he met with Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid and Bulgarian President Rumen Radev while in Tallinn at the beginning of the week.
Kaljulaid said on her Facebook page she tested negative for the virus after returning home from France on Friday.
Radev had meanwhile cut short his visit to Tallinn on Tuesday go into quarantine in Sofia.