A meeting between the presidents of the three Baltic countries and U.S. President Donald Trump could take place in the U.S. sometime in the spring, Latvian Minister of Foreign Affairs Edgars Rinkēvičs said in an interview with television channel LNT on Friday.
Rinkēvičs said that preparations for such a meeting are underway, and that the meeting will most likely take place in the spring.
According to the Latvian minister, the primary topics on the agenda could be security and economic cooperation, but the visit will also have symbolic significance considering all three countries will be celebrating centennials next year, as well as the importance of the transatlantic link between the U.S. and the Baltics.
Plans for the visit have likewise been confirmed on Latvia's side by the Office of the President, but according to current information, the exact time and location of the meeting has yet to be determined.
Editor: Aili Vahtla