NATO defence chiefs to discuss additional security measures for Baltic states

Chiefs of defence of NATO member-states are opening a two-day meeting in Brussels on Wednesday to discuss additional security measures for the Alliance's Eastern members, including the Baltic states.
Jonas Vytautas Žukas
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