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'Estonia bought more ammunition over last year or so than in past 30 years’: Estonian Chairman of Defence Committee


Estonia received its long awaited anti-ship missile system in February as part of a project estimated at 100 million EUR. The maximum range of the missiles is quoted at 290 km. This is significant for the Baltic nation as it boosts its maritime capability including investment in surveillance and sea mines.

Navy Leaders spoke with Kalev Stoicescu, Chairman of the Defence Committee of the Estonian Parliament on future plans for maritime security and defence procurement.

Editor's note: The interview was recorded at the start of February 2024.


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