A NATO command centre opened in Tallinn on Monday, one of six 'command and control units' NATO planned to establish as a response to the purported 'Russian aggression in Ukraine.' The centres will serve as a link between NATO and the armed forces of the outposts where they are located - Estonia, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Latvia. The command centres will reportedly be staffed by approximately 50 military officials from various NATO member countries and will open by the end of 2016, when the spearhead rapid-response force is expected to be fully operating. The force, which could be deployed in a matter of days, will consist of approximately 5,000 troops from Germany, Norway and the Netherlands. The inauguration of the command centre comes as reports emerged on Monday that the US plans to store heavy weaponry in eastern Europe. Russia has answered these claims, stating it would be forced to build up forces on the Western front in response.
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