Baltic and Polish PM’s set to discuss Rail Baltica plans

  • 2014-01-28
  • From wire reports, RIGA

An unofficial meeting of Baltic and Polish prime ministers will take place in Tallinn on Feb. 3 to discuss implementation of the Rail Baltica project, Estonian media report.

The Rail Baltica projects intends to connect five countries via rail in an effort to boost economies and travel times between Tallinn and Berlin. 

The ministers will also talk about the European Union's climate and energy policies and the use of digital signature, newspaper "Aripaev" writes.

As reported, newly appointed Latvian Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma will make her first foreign visit as prime minister to Estonia.

Straujuma told members of the press on Sunday that she intended to visit Estonia February 2 to 3.