During the exercise, we received confirmation that the whole of Estonia is covered by a solid security network that is ready to successfully resist any possible attack on our state.- said Luik.
About 2, thousands of soldiers and reservists of the Estonian armed forces, participate in the exercises that began on May 15. Members of the Kiteselit militia organization, police and border guards, volunteers and civil servants are participating. Also among the participants are about two thousand soldiers and officers of allied and NATO partners: Great Britain, USA, Denmark, Germany, Poland, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Belgium, Canada, Finland, Sweden, Georgia, Ukraine and Ireland.
The exercises involve heavy armored vehicles and 20 aircraft, including R-44 Robinson helicopters and L-39 Estonian Air Force training jets, British and American Lynx Wildcat AH1 and UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, Mirage 2000 French fighter helicopters and chiming helicopters and unactors. -22.