Meeting between leaders of the Baltic States held on Wednesday

Lithuanian President Nausėda, Latvian President Levits and Estonia’s Prime Minister Kallas discussed their national positions on the most important points of the NATO summit agenda.

The issues discussed included the security situation in the region, relations with Eastern neighbours, and implementation of the NATO 2030 strategic concept.

The meeting discussed the necessity to step up political and practical assistance to Ukraine and Georgia.

It was stated that Russia remained a major long-term threat not only to the Baltic region, but to the entire alliance as well.

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