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Estonia's President: Russia’s defeat should not incite concern

by The Kyiv Independent news desk November 19, 2022 3:48 PM 1 min read
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Addressing the Halifax International Security Forum, Estonian President Alar Karis said the negative impacts on Russia should it lose its full-scale war should be of no concern to the West. Instead, he said, “NATO must implement a new defensive posture as soon as possible, one which requires a greater presence and advance deployment of weapons, equipment, and ammunition.” "Putin continues to want to dismantle the current Euro-Atlantic security arrangement and restore his hegemony in the Baltic states and over Poland," Karis said, noting that "Russia's strategic goals have not changed."

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