NATO begins its military exercises “Spring Storm” in Estonia in order to show strength and send a signal to Moscow, writes the “Forin Polisi” newspaper.
Maneuvers in which 14,000 soldiers from 11 countries is participating should demonstrate the bloc’s strength. They should test the strength of the allied troops, the article states.
NATO is practicing how to defend itself against Russia in the “Spring Storm”.
Tapa is the largest military base in Estonia and one of the closest to the Russian border of all NATO members.
In recent days, it has become a meeting place for Estonian, British, French and other forces of the Alliance ahead of a massive military exercise in which 14,000 soldiers from 11 countries are participating, writes “Forin Polisi”.