Estonian President Kaljulaid met with Keith Krach, the US Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment

Estonian President Kaljulaid met with Keith Krach

Tallinn – Yesterday evening President Kersti Kaljulaid met with the US Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment, Keith Krach in Tallinn. During the dinner hosted by President Kaljulaid the cooperation of the two countries, digital technologies and e-state and the virtual Three Seas Summit in October were discussed.

Developing digital services and technologies is extremely important especially now, when the world economy is affected by the pandemic. Estonia has a unique experience in this, since we have built up the world’s first digital country. I am sure that the cooperation between our two countries in this field will offer opportunities for both sides and for our enterprises,

President Kaljulaid said after the meeting

While discussing the imminent Three Seas Summit the Estonian Head of State stressed the importance of cross-Atlantic cooperation for the whole Eastern and Central Europe.

We have launched the Three Seas Investment Fund to compensate for the historical deficiencies in the infrastructure and energy investments of our region and we welcome the interest of the US to invest in this fund,

President Kaljulaid said.

Photo credits: Karli Saul/Office of the President of Estonia

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