RIGA - Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Poland have largely been shaping the European and NATO agenda in relation to Russia's aggression in Ukraine since February 24 of last year because the Baltic states and Poland see more clearly which side is right, Latvian President Egils Levits said at a news conference following a meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda on Wednesday.
The president underlined that Latvia and Poland are united by deep historical ties.
The two presidents' talks in Riga on Wednesday focused on security. Levits noted that Latvia and Poland have a similar position on security in the region.
The two president also discussed the provision of further assistance to Ukraine.
The presidents stressed the necessity to strengthen transport infrastructure in the Baltics to not only facilitate the mobility of people but also develop military infrastructure.