“Stationed in Estonia, the British infantry battalion was replaced by a new unit

– Soldiers of the First battalion of British infantry regiment “the Royal Welsh” has replaced the British division tactical NATO forces stationed in Estonia, in the military town of Tapa.

On Monday during the solemn ceremonies in the military town of Tapa, the commander of the First infantry brigade of the Estonian defense Forces, Colonel Veiko-Vello Palm trees welcomed the soldiers of the regiment “the Royal Welsh” who are part of the tactical group of NATO will serve tapas along with soldiers from France and Denmark, have informed Agency BNS on Tuesday the press service of the Main staff of the defence Forces.

The basic deployment of the regiment “the Royal Welsh” is in Tidworth in the UK. The first battalion of the regiment will replace more than 800 British soldiers of the Fifth battalion, who arrived in Estonia in April of this year.

Tactical group of NATO, composed of 1,200 troops from Britain, Denmark and France began service in the town of Tapa in the beginning of April this year as part of the First infantry brigade of the Estonian defense Forces. A leading country in the tactical group is the United Kingdom.

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