Baltic states aim to synchronize electricity systems with Europe by 2025

Baltic states aim to synchronize electricity systems with Europe by 2025

3 countries to accelerate efforts to de-synchronize electricity systems connected to Russia, Belarus

By Murat Temizer

WARSAW, Poland (AA) - The leaders of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia signed an agreement on Thursday to synchronize their countries' electricity systems with Europe by February 2025 at the latest, as part of steps towards energy independence.

Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte, and Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins issued a joint statement on the issue.

Accordingly, the three countries will accelerate efforts to de-synchronize electricity systems connected to Russia and Belarus.

The signed agreement aims to synchronize the electricity systems of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia with Europe by February 2025 at the latest.

"We stress that it is of utmost importance for the Baltic states to act together in the synchronization project. We must remember that we share a common adversary beyond the eastern border, and maintaining Baltic unity in the current geopolitical situation is particularly crucial," the joint statement read.

"It is another step in our joint efforts to reach full independence from Russia and make our energy system more resilient," Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins said in a message shared on his social media account.

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