Baltic, Benelux foreign ministers discuss Georgia, EU
Foreign ministers of the three Baltic nations and the Benelux countries met in Estonia on Wednesday in a forum meant to promote cooperation between smaller European Union states, dpa reported.
The agenda for ministers from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands includes Georgia, EU relations with Russia, the EU's stalled Lisbon Treaty and energy security, officials said.
The two-day meeting is taking place in the opulent surroundings of Sagadi manor, a former baronial estate located on Estonia's northern coast.
The first so-called 3+3 meeting took place last October in Latvia, where the ministers discussed cooperation between smaller EU member states.