"Within the framework of the exercises, the military will work out techniques of defensive battles and constraints," the commander of the Estonian Artillery Battalion Kaarel Mäesalu said, according to Ukrainian newspaper Europeiska Pravda.
“In addition, soldiers will be able to practice giving military assistance to allied aircraft,” Mäesalu said.
The exercise will take place in two stages. The first stage will last until April 9 and will focus on tactical activities and exercises, including defense from air attacks.
The second stage of exercises will start from April 10 and will include shooting from 155mm FH70 howitzers, and exercises involving F-16 fighter aircraft.