The Estonian government on Thursday decided to allocate more than 13 million euros to cover the costs associated with hosting the allied forces, including the construction of two new barracks buildings.
"Since increasing the presence of allies is of fundamental importance for Estonia's security and the government's task is to create all the necessary conditions for that, making such a decision a week before the NATO Warsaw Summit is very important," explained Prime Minister Taavi Roivas. "With that we unambiguously state that Estonia is ready to hos...
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