TALLINN - At his meeting in Reykjavik with Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet, Icelandic Foreign Minister Ossur Skarpheinsson said that Iceland would like to join the NATO Cyber Defense Center located in Tallinn, reports LETA. “We are pleased that Iceland has decided to join the Cyber Defense Center. The more NATO member states are included in the work of the center, the more helpful it is to us all,” Paet noted.Foreign Minister Paet stated that it is essential in today’s world for NATO to be capable of reacting to various threats and for the alliance to be ready...
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