The Baltic prime ministers to continue discussions on a more efficient Rail Baltica governance scheme in March

7 February 2020

Stenbock House, Tallinn, 7 February 2020

At their meeting in Tallinn, the Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian prime ministers reaffirmed their commitment to carrying out the Rail Baltica project as soon as possible. The Baltic prime ministers also discussed the optimisation of the current governance model and stressed the need to address the proposals prepared by the transport ministers of the three countries. The goal is to build the Rail Baltica railway infrastructure by 2026. The prime ministers of the three countries will return to the issue as soon as in late March in Vilnius. In preparation for the meeting, the transport ministers of the three Baltic States are working together to agree on the appropriate solutions.