TALLINN, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) -- U. S. President Barack Obama will most likely stop in Tallinn on September 3 on his way to the NATO summit in Wales on September 4-5, the Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR) reported on Friday.
ERR quoted the Latvian Public Broadcasting website, LSM.LV, as saying that the Latvian and Lithuanian presidents, as well as the president of Poland, will be in Tallinn to meet with Obama as well to discuss "a range of topics," although Baltic defense is likely to be the main topic of discussion.
Earlier on Thursday evening, Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet confirmed to Estonian biggest online news outlet Delfi that United States President Barack Obama will be visiting Estonia "in the near future".
The NATO summit, the ERR report said, is going to be the largest gathering of international leaders ever to take place in Britain. Obama, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, France's President Francois Hollande, are scheduled to be there, along with leaders and senior ministers from around 60 other countries.