BRUSSELS — NATO said Tuesday that its air forces will conduct an exercise this month over the Baltic states, which have been alarmed by the fast-improving ties between the alliance and neighboring Russia.
The training March 17-20 over Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia will involve French Mirage 2000 and Polish F-16 fighters and U.S. aerial tankers, said Lt. Col. Thomas Dillschneider, spokesman for the Allied Air Headquarters in Ramstein, Germany.
The mission — the latest in a series designed for fighter units patrolling the area — is mean to "demonstrate solidarity with NATO's Baltic members," Dillschneider said.
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NATO air forces to train over Baltic countries