The Baltic states and Poland are ready for a more coordinated response if a second coronavirus wave were to occur, the four countries' foreign minister said after meeting in Vilnius on June 15.
"We demonstrate by our own example that more coordination is possible and necessary," Lithuania's Linas Linkevicius told a joint news conference.
Although each country acted on its own when the crisis hit, "we should at least exit it in a coordinated way", the foreign minister said.
"If a second wave...
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