Paet offers Amari as NATO air base

  • 2014-04-03
  • From wire reports, TALLINN
Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet welcomed at the meeting of NATO foreign ministers on Tuesday, April 1, the increase of the number of planes in the Baltic air policing mission, reports Estonian Public Broadcasting."The Amari air force base is ready to permanently participate in the Baltic air policing mission," Paet said."Things are progressing in the direction of Amari possibly becoming a permanent Baltic air space defense center, which would compliment the Siauliai base in Lithuania. During the meeting, the NATO European forces commander-in-chief made such ...
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