Baltic States to Build New Defenses to Bolster NATO’s Eastern Border

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The Baltic states of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia have announced a coordinated initiative to build new defensive structures along their borders, aiming to strengthen NATO’s eastern flank amid rising security concerns.

Officials met in Riga to discuss plans for modern fortifications, advanced surveillance systems, and additional military personnel. This project underscores their commitment to NATO and regional security, with construction expected to begin later this year and be completed in two to three years.

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