Estonia: President Obama's Baltic visit is more than symbolic

The Estonian newspaper Eesti Päevaleht argues in its editorial on Tuesday that US President Barack Obama’s visit to Tallinn carries importance that goes well beyong the merely symbolic.
Meeting of the Baltic leaders and Barack Obama in 2013
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