Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė is leaving for Bucharest on Monday to discuss regional cooperation and joint infrastructure projects with leaders of 12 EU member states.
Bucharest
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The Three Seas Initiative summit is expected to endorse a priority list of infrastructure projects which will help to connect the Baltic, Black and Adrian Seas by means of modern energy, transport and digital interconnections, the Lithuanian president's office said.

It's already a third summit of the Three Seas Initiative. It will be attended by the leaders of Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Latvia, Estonia, Austria, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic, the European Commission president, and representatives of Germany, the United States, the European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

The meeting will focus on power and gas links, the development of LNG terminals and transport infrastructure.

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