Estonian PM visits Finland for informal EU meeting

  • 2006-10-20
  • By TBT staff
TALLINN - Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip today is scheduled to attend the informal meeting of EU heads of state and governments in Lahti, Finland.
The Finnish presidency of the EU wants to focus on issues of innovation and energy at the meeting, the government communication office reported.
No final conclusions is going to be drawn at the meeting, as it will be held in preparation to the European Council to take place in Brussels in December.
Ansip has earlier said that at the common dinner of European leaders and the Russian president also the issue of Georgia should be raised if the limited timetable and the format of the meeting permit it.