Estonian parlt gives defense forces mandate to participate in intl missionsLocal News
- Germany to take over Baltic air policing out of Estonian Amari air baseLocal News
- Servicemen sent on anti-Daesh missionLocal News
- UK to take over Baltic air policing mission at Amari next weekLocal News
- Editorial: Estonians the conflict solversOpinion
- Estonian govt approves package of foreign mission bills for 2016Local News
- Estonia eyes engagement against ISISLocal News
- Finnish, Estonian rescuers' Nepal mission canceledLocal News
- Government adopts 7 foreign mission bills for next yearLocal NewsEstonian government on Thursday adopted bills according to which next year up to 154 members of the Estonian defense forces would take part in international military operations in the NATO Response Force (NRF) as well as in Afghanistan, Mali, Kosovo, the Middle East and the Nordic Battle Group of the European Union.
- Estonia to contribute up to 25 troops to Afghanistan follow-up missionLocal News
- Estonian troops fly to CAR Friday morningLocal News
- Editorial: Estonian input in Central Africa a mustOpinionFor Estonia, it is the right thing to go ahead with the French and other allies in the Central African Republic (CAR) operation. If there was anything that was wrong, it was the delay – thinking of the people in CAR and European interests. Whoever harps on this being immoral colonial war are blatantly lying. In the CAR conflict, thousands of civilians have been slaughtered. The mission is to take away the arms and keep further murders from happening.
- Depth of danger determined after arrival in AfricaLocal News
- Estonia’s historic first to open a missionLocal News
- Estonian servicemen may head to Africa, in FebruaryLocal News
- Estonian diplomat appointed head of EU monitoring mission in GeorgiaLocal News
- Two Estonian experts dispatched to Mali demining missionLocal News
- Estonian parlt okays increase in Mali missionLocal News
- Defence Forces needing a new foreign mission?Local NewsBy now, Estonian Defence Forces have been constantly involved in foreign missions for over a decade, probably ready to face situations increasingly complex and intense. Over the years, more and more men and machines have been included: in the beginning, a few men were dispatched into crisis areas; now platoons and even companies have been sent to Afghanistan.