PM to meet Estonian leaders, sign Rail Baltica deal in Tallinn

Lithuania's Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis is going to Tallinn on Monday to meet with the country's leaders and sign the agreement on European-gauge Rail Baltica railway.
Rail Baltica map in the LatvianRail
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