Baltic PMs to attend Lennart Meri Conference in Tallinn

  • 2023-05-12
  • LETA/BNS/TBT Staff

TALLINN - The prime ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will meet in Tallinn on Friday, who, among other things, will also attend the annual Lennart Meri Conference.

The meeting will focus on energy security and will also be attended by ministers responsible for the field of energy. Other topics to be discussed include support for Ukraine, cooperation in the field of defense and security, and preparations for the upcoming NATO summit in Vilnius.

In the afternoon, at the invitation of Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, the prime ministers of the Baltic countries will participate in the opening panel of the Lennart Meri Conference together with European Commission Vice President Margarethe Vestager and Oxford University professor Timothy Garton Ash. The discussion will be moderated by Constanze Stelzenmuller, director of the Brookings Institution's Center on the United States and Europe.

On the fringes of the conference, Kallas will also meet with European Commission Vice President Margarethe Vestager.