VILNIUS – Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte will take part in a remote meeting of the Baltic Council of Ministers on Monday.
"The purpose of this meeting is to sum up the results of cooperation between the governments in 2020 and identify strategic and practical goals for the future," her spokeswoman, Rasa Jakilaitiene, told BNS.
The Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian prime ministers will also discuss cooperation in the fields of economy, energy, transport, digitization of the economy, green economy and other issues.
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