Estonia to present five requests at NATO summit

Estonia's main policy objective at the NATO summit in Wales on Thursday will be the continuation of allied presence on Estonian soil, writes Eesti Päevaleht on Monday.
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Utylaez itmi lhudrny NATO tmdl vibf ioknauyv

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