The foreign ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania met with the British Foreign Secretary during a visit to the United Kingdom on Monday.
At a meeting in the Foreign Secretary Liz Truss' Chevening residence, ministers discussed regional and international security issues, including relations with Russia and China.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Eva-Maria Liimets (Center) said the Baltics and British share a "very similar" assessment of the threats and challenges in the region.
"We must focus on our collective resilience to protect the security interests of all Allies and the stability of our region," she said, also highlighting NATO's role.
Liiimets and Truss also held a bilateral meeting to discuss the British military units at Tapa, economic cooperation, e-governance and cybersecurity.
Excellent to meet my new colleague @trussliz. We are strong allies #WeAreNATO & JEF, likeminded countries @UN & Media Freedom Coalition.— Eva-Maria Liimets (@eliimets) October 11, 2021
Committed to enhancing cooperation in digital, cyber, development cooperation and trade. pic.twitter.com/Igs7rB04Rh
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