Ilves, Baltic Presidents to Meet Obama in August ({{commentsTotal}})

Presidents Ilves and Barack Obama on Wednesday. Source: (Courtesy of the Office of the President of the Republic of Estonia)

US President Barack Obama will meet Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, and Latvian and Lithuanian presidents Andris Berziiņš and Dalia Grybauskaitė on August 30 this year at the White House.

The meeting will focus on security and economic relations between the US and Europe, the office of President Ilves said in a press release today.

Ilves and Obama last met in New York in September last year, while on a working visit to the country, while their last official meeting was in June 2009.

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