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Postimees: Estonia no longer a NATO darling for defense spending

  • 2018-07-22
  • LETA/TBT Staff

TALLINN - Estonia has ceased to be a golden boy in NATO when it comes to defense expenditure, because in absolute terms the country's defense expenditures are really small despite being above the limit of 2 percent of gross domestic product, Postimees reported. &#...

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