Three Polish Su-22 bombers flew in on Wednesday for the nation's biggest military exercise, Kevadtorm (Spring Storm), currently underway. They will play the role of adversary in the training mission, where an Estonian air defense platoon will train together with Belgian anti-aircraft rocket forces.
Chairman of the opposition Conservative People's Party of Estonia (EKRE) Mart Helme has called on Helir-Valdor Seeder, chairman of junior coalition member Pro Patria to tie the latter's support for the state budget bill to a decision by the government not to support joining the UN Global Compact on Migration.
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