Baltic PMs readying for gas talks
Foto: DELFI / Erikas Skardžius
The prime ministers of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia will this week attempt to agree on a common liquefied natural gas (LNG) market to be able to apply for support from the European Union (EU).
Lithuania's government hopes that the deal will enable using the EU money for buying out the terminal in the country's port city of Klaipėda.
On Friday, the heads of the three governments will visit the Incukalns gas storage facility in Latvia before proceeding to the city of Parnu in Esto