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So NATO remains calm and vigilant, and committed to keep Estonia and all our Allies safe. And NATO has also responded to a more assertive Russia.We are not changing our military posture because of the Zapad exercise but NATO has already implemented important changes in our military posture in response to a more assertive Russia which we have seen developing over several years, with more Russian troops close to our borders, with more modern Russian equipment and also with more exercises, and not least of course for Russia being responsible for using military force against a neighbor, against Ukraine.The fact is that by deploying four battlegroups with more than 4000 troops from 15 different nations, from both Europe and North-America, we send a clear message that an attack on one NATO Ally will trigger a response from the whole Alliance. We have tripled the size of the NATO Response Force to 40000 troops, with a High Readiness Joint Task Force ready to move within a few days.Allied jets patrol the skies over Estonia as part of our Air Policing and NATO ships are patrolling in the Baltic Sea helping to keep the Baltic Sea secure.Prime Minister Ratas, Jüri, it’s great to be back in Estonia and to meet with you and it’s a great honour to be here in Tapa.
Die zweite Halbzeit sei hingegen sehr ärgerlich, so Schürrle.And an important part of that is the deployment of the four battlegroups to the three Baltic countries and to Poland and the battlegroup I met today sends a very strong signal of NATO unity, NATO resolve and NATO strength.That is important because we live in a more demanding NATO security environment.NATO is closely following the developments in the region, we are in close dialogue with our partners South-Korea and Japan.We have had several meetings in the North Atlantic Council discussing with our partners the situation and the increased tensions in the region caused by the behavior, the provocative behavior of North-Korea.