Obama's visit is biggest ever security operation for Estonia

Director General of Estonian Police and Border Guard Board Elmar Vaher said that Estonia was well prepared for the visit US President Barack Obama, which is the biggest security operation ever for Estonia, Public Broadcasting reports.
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