The prime ministers of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania are set to meet at Incukalns in central Latvia on Friday to discuss cooperation on energy, Andrejs Vaivars, a spokesman for Latvian Prime Minister Māris Kučinskis, told the Leta news agency on Thursday.
The leaders will visit the Incukalns gas storage facility before discussing strategic energy projects in the three countries. The trio recently met in Paldiski in Estonia and Klaipeda in Lithuania for similar purposes.
Kučinskis reportedly stressed the importance of working to develop a regional gas market...
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