Estonia's Defence Minister Sven Mikser said at the Festival of Opinion Culture, the Arvamusfestival, in Paide over the weekend that Estonia was ready to invest in military infrastructure if NATO decided to station more troops in the country.
Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roiv and Minister of Defence Sven Mikser
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“The government's stance is that if the allies say what type of training facilities and infrastructure is needed to train with Estonian troops, then we will build them,” Mikser said.

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