German discount supermarket chain Lidl plans to open four stores in northeast Estonia, in addition to three stores already announced in the capital Tallinn, a press report said Monday. One store will be opened in the northeastern town of Kohtla-Jarve, 160 kilometers (100 miles) east of Tallinn, where city officials have allotted the discount food store chain a plot of land, according to the Pohjarannik daily newspaper. The paper said three more stores would be opened in the northeast but did not specify where. Last month, city planners in Tallinn said work has begun designing Lidl stores in three of the capital's suburbs. Lidl has more than 4,000 stores around Europe.