British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss discussed regional security with Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Eva-Maria Liimets (Center) during a visit to Tallinn on Tuesday.
The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the ministers discuss the upcoming meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Riga, issues of European security, including Belarus and Ukraine, and international cyber and digital cooperation.
After the meeting, Liimets said the pair had a "warm exchange of views".
"We highly appreciate excellent co-operation in enhancing European Security and standing for our common values," she wrote on social media after the meeting.
Glad to welcome @trussliz today in . Had a warm exchange of views and will visit eFP troops in Tapa together. We highly appreciate excellent co-operation in enhancing European Security and standing for our common values. Looking forward to our discussions at NATO ministerial! pic.twitter.com/OAIfeebPhr— Eva-Maria Liimets (@eliimets) November 30, 2021
Truss and Liimets also visited the military base in Tapa to meet with members of the NATO Enhanced Forward Presence battlegroup, which is led by a contingent from the United Kingdom.
After meeting British troops, Truss said: "Britain stands with our NATO allies to defend liberty and democracy and counter malign threats."
Liimets last met Truss during a visit to the UK in October alongside the Lithuanian and Latvian foreign ministers.
They will also meet again during the NATO foreign ministers meeting in Riga this week.
Editor: Helen Wright