On Monday, 15 November, President of Latvia Egils Levits will pay a working visit to the Republic of Lithuania. He will meet with the President of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda and President of Estonia Alar Karis in Vilnius. Baltic summit will also be attended by the President of Poland Andrzej Sebastian Duda, who will join them remotely to discuss the current situation on the Belarus-European Union (EU) external border and common response to Belarusian hybrid attacks.
Meeting between the heads of state of all three Baltic countries will focus on strengthening of the transatlantic bond, climate change, joint transport and energy projects, and the Three Seas Initiative (3SI).
Joint declaration to be adopted by the presidents will underline the challenges and goals in relation to sustainability of the Baltic Sea and states. These challenges and goals reflect the climate neutrality aspirations of the Baltics based on EU climate ambitions.
After the summit held at the Vilnius Presidential Palace, President Levits will travel to Vilnius University to meet with its administration and staff of the Vilnius University Faculty of Philology Baltic Studies Department.
Latvia will take over the coordination of Baltic cooperation from Lithuania in 2022.