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 Today (13 March 2018), Estonia hosted Russian arms control inspectors, demonstrating Allies’ ongoing commitment to transparency. The inspectors visited the Estonian Defence Forces 1st Infantry Brigade at Tapa military base, where NATO’s multinational battlegroup is based.Together with the three other battlegroups in Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, these forces form part of the biggest reinforcement to NATO’s collective deterrence and defence in a generation.

Last week, Russian inspectors also visited the Latvian Mechanised Infantry Brigade in Camp Ādaži, where NATO troops are also based.

All of these visits are being carried out within the framework of the Vienna Document, an agreement on military transparency reached among the 57 member nations of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in 2011.

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Together with the three other battlegroups in Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, these forces form part of the biggest reinforcement to NATO’s collective deterrence and defence in a generation.

Last week, Russian inspectors also visited the Latvian Mechanised Infantry Brigade in Camp Ādaži, where NATO troops are also based.

All of these visits are being carried out within the framework of the Vienna Document, an agreement on military transparency reached among the 57 member nations of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in 2011.