TALLINN – The Estonian government on Thursday gave its nod to an agreement according to which the central control and reporting center of the Baltic Air Surveillance Network and Control System (BALTNET) will be closed and its tasks will be taken over by national control and reporting centers.
The government endorsed the bill according to which an agreement on the launch of a new configuration of BALTNET between the governments of the Baltic countries will be ratified, government spokespeople said. The defense ministers of the Baltic states signed the agreement on Se...
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