Finnish analyst: Although not bound by Article Five, Finland would have to fight if Estonia is attacked

A Finnish political analyst said that Finland would have the obligation to come to Estonia's aid if its smaller neighbour were attacked, even though Finland is not a NATO member and is not obligated by the organization's Article Five collective defence clause.
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