TALLINN - The alliance's defense and deterrence posture, protection of critical infrastructure, and military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq were discussed at a meeting of NATO defense ministers earlier this week, the Estonian Ministry of Defense said in a press release on Saturday.
In addition, the ministers of defense approved a plan to set up a NATO Space Center at Allied Air Command in Ramstein, Germany.
The ministers also took note of a recent decision to declare the headquarters of the alliance's Multinational Division Nort...
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