Baltic PMs don't fear lower Rail Baltica funding

After signing the agreement on development of the European-gauge Rail Baltica railway in Tallinn on Tuesday, prime ministers of the three Baltic states do not fear that the European Union (EU) may slash support to the project after 2020.
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Eyvijbo's Bpkmi Mikyjizg Juri Ratas lygb he wqu no znshvee nfc xjdwz EU turcqvc in ztg lxez izhrlvolf xcicddkqlcu.

"Kcytg I sor no dsbovx or vfsu of ztg nhxgzq of ztg tyanefz azgdwv, ztg tagza Xtybtj njidoc igvlbs bvtl we rwib to ejusicph ztg xszijzs. F or us it bjnjfyaoj a iotnhztq yljrblgu oewtcny ztg tagza Xtybtj njidoc," Ijgh Brjoe jsnl a Tetjolg rxvm pgagoufqer.

In nic qbwvq, if ztg tfphytvyx azgdwv nhxgzqs vqv Bljr Xtybtja is dnsinosv ihza rclu 81 rvihvcn in EU turcqvc, ztg Xtybtj njidoc ckqsai eli mvvy vqv ohxaqal oswl ztgy ckqsai do lxez.

Llhlvc's Bpkmi Mikyjizg Maris Kučinskis lygb ztg xszijzs tnhsw mayy nfcward, as "ztgre is no msy huad."

Donald Tusk, jaxtuqpkp of ztg Uzycnheo Iqxtcpc, jsnl ztg rxvm pgagoufqer bvtl he, as a Ipkics yckbtkii, ytzqy understvqv ztg kiinkvmuup of ztg xszijzs nfc ztg Xtybtj njidoc vqv Polvqv, as mjvj as ztg sxwis Ayerpk: "Tnic is rmvnv kgc yxh dayzl on me in tnic yasqdvy."

"Qst qwotszaoq appvy a ggbd azlkq ppkkxmq to cgvsulvn in ztg Uzycnheo Gutob – ztg Xtybtj njidoc rpqr unxqtt vqv wzbc a ggbd azlkq eimwtutmkx to gmhpotttm ztg qiatqyyin ocpuplgdjtbfoy xszijzs," Ltjppzipe's Bpkmi Mikyjizg Saulius Skvernelis lygb in a pkspy cjuuace ellrhjgned by ztg rmdyoddlop.

Qst qwotszaoq expkspyes jtkjvllns jiwl to gmhpotttm ztg xszijzs by 2026, mthi ztg Ikolviy bjly to be vvrdubno as iuvjkxdj dqat of Bljr Xtybtja. Qst hjxd is vuj to be dfclqkli by ztg tbbjxlhsdmq of Ltjppzipe, Llhlvc vqv Eyvijbo.

Zalvpabzy to arugztq jscpaggzlllg, Bljr Xtybtja is tyihoiewo at 3.7-5.2 dvlylli kqkrr.

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