TALLINN - Despite being gripped by political and economic turmoil, Russia could not have failed to notice the visits of three NATO representatives to Estonia this week. From Sept. 1 to Sept. 5, the country played host to NATO Deputy Secretary General Klaus Peter Klaiber, U.S. Ambassador to NATO Alexander Vershbow and NATO Supreme Allied Commander for Europe General Wesley Clark. The various representatives have been discussing, among other issues, the chances of Estonian admission to the NATO alliance. Estonia has made clear such a step is high on its list of foreign policy priorities, desp...
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