Estonia’s most senior military officer, lieutenant general Riho Terras, told the Financial Times in an exclusive interview his country has a clear plan for dealing with undercover Russian Special Forces operatives who sprung up in the early days of the Ukraine crisis last year. They will be shot, he said.

Estonia, a tiny Baltic state locked between Russia and the sea, is currently undertaking its largest ever peacetime mobilisation exercise that involves 13,000 troops, 7,000 of them called up...


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