The NATO battlegroup in Estonia has rotated its units as planned and the activities of the battlegroup continue despite the virus measures, British military attache Matthew Hing said on March 27.
The attache pointed out that the transfer of soldiers from one country to another by military aircraft is safer than travel through civilian airports.
British units of the NATO battlegroup in Estonia, in which Britain is the lead nation, rotated last weekend when 800 British soldiers arrived at the Tapa base from Britain. The Danish unit that is also part of th...
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