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Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Logistic troops from Belgian army arrive in Lithuania to join the new NATO forces in the country.

From 24 to 26 january 2017, Belgian soldiers will arrive in Lithuania by ferry via Klaipeda Seaport to join the NATO forces deployed in Lithuania as part of the bloc’s ‘Enhanced Forward Presence’ in the Baltic nation. A 500-strong military contingent of NATO troops, mostly from Germany is deployed in Lithuania as part of the bloc’s ‘Enhanced Forward Presence’ in the Baltic nation. Read full news at this link ...
Belgian soldiers with trucks and combat vehicles at Klaipeda Seaport (Picture Lithuania MoD)
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