Russia may use large-scale military exercises to move thousands of troops permanently into Belarus later this year in a warning to NATO.
Locked Shields 2017, the largest and most advanced cyber defence exercise in the world, is taking place this week. It is organized by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn, Estonia.
Military equipment of the French Armed Forces' contingent of the NATO battle group stationed in Estonia arrived in Tapa on Wednesday.
Memorandum on the implementation of the Support of E-governance for Decentralization in Ukraine (EGOV4UKRAINE) project will be signed between Estonia and Ukraine.
Ukraine is determined to make necessary steps to achieve prompt release of the hostages held in the Russian Federation and temporarily occupied territories.
The authorities of the Baltic countries made the decision to disconnect from the joint power supply system BRELL, which connects Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Belarus and Russia.
Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said U.K. would deploy tanks and drones alongside 800 troops in Eastern Europe in spring of 2017.
In the case of an armed conflict with Russia, the Estonian government may lose control of the Ida-Viru County in the country’s north-east, where the Russian-speaking population prevails.
Estonia and Poland agree on the issue of extending sanctions against Russia, Estonian Defense Minister Hannes Hanso said on Wednesday at the Economic Forum in Poland's Krynica Zdroj.
In the near future, Russia is set to launch another large-scale military training at the Ukrainian border.
The European Union and NATO will not restore friendly relationship with Russia until it fulfills Minsk agreements.
NATO defense ministers agreed on important measures to strengthen the Alliance’s defense in the Black Sea region.
As Nato agonises over proposals to deploy four battalions in eastern Europe concerns are growing that the measure will not be enough to provide a credible deterrent to future Russian aggression in Baltic region.
Estonian PM Taavi Roivas is certain that the outcomes of the Minsk agreements depend on Russia's willingness to fulfill them and asks for permanent presence of NATO troops in the Baltic states