Latvia needs to invest a significant amount of its defense budget in the development of infrastructure to properly perform its duties as the host country to a battalion-sized multi-national NATO battle group, Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis told the media during the NATO summit in Warsaw on Friday.
According to Vejonis, Latvia will have to advance its military infrastructure in order to receive the allied troops as well as for the training of its own armed forces.
“The investments will have to be fairly large because in previous ten years nothi...
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