Nato has announced the opening of its infrastructure facility for allied troops at the Tapa Base in Estonia.
Built with a €20m ($22.5m) investment, the project received majority funding through the Nato Security Investment Programme (NSIP).
The new facility will serve as a base for allied troops to take part in short-notice exercises and deployments quickly and effectively. The new infrastructure comprises barracks for troop accommodation, a storage area for prepositioning of equipment and vehicles, a medical centre and a helipad.
It will ensure flexibility and rapid movement of Nato forces, including the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) throughout the territory of Baltic Allies. Läs artikel