Reuters: Estonia says Russia may put troops in Belarus to challenge NATO

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Valeta. Estonia's defense minister said on Thursday that Russia may use large-scale military exercises to move thousands of troops permanently into Belarus later this year in a warning to NATO, FReuters reported.

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