The decision to strengthen the presence of NATO forces in the Baltics and Poland approved at the alliance's Warsaw summit on Friday is a long-awaited breakthrough that illustrates NATO’s unity and increases security for Estonia, Prime Minister Taavi Roivas said.
The Warsaw summit, which is of historic importance for Estonia, confirmed on Friday a final decision to deploy to Estonia a multinational battalion of independent defense capability as part of a long-term planned rotation, government spokespeople announced.
It was reported that Estonia...
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