Estonia adopts UK plan on Afghan interpreter support

  • 2013-05-29
  • From wire reports
TALLINN - A decision on how to treat those who have supported the NATO-led coalition in Afghanistan, namely the many interpreters working with allied forces, has been settled as Estonian Defense Minister Urmas Reinsalu, speaking on May 24, said that Estonia has reached an agreement with the UK that their planned support program for the interpreters will also be valid for all interpreters who worked for the Estonian military as well, reports Postimees Online.“Consultations with our British allies continue, but it is clear by now that the support program planned by the UK also cov...
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