The NATO secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, and the prime minister of the UK, Boris Johnson, visited Poland and Estonia on 1 March and gave a joint press conference at Tapa military base in Estonia.
Stoltenberg and Johnson will visit the Tapa military base in Estonia and meet the Estonian prime minister, Kaja Kallas, and the country’s president, Alar Karis.
Kallas, Stoltenberg and Johnson gave a joint press conference in Tapa.
The leading country of the NATO battlegroup in Estonia is the UK that committed more troops to Estonia, following Russia’s aggression and subsequent invasion of Ukraine.
A military convoy with six Challenger main battle tanks and other armoured vehicles from the Royal Welsh Regiment arrived in Tapa on 25 February.