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President Barack Obama has landed in Estonia for a quick visit before the NATO leader’s summit in Wales. (Source: HOST TV/CNN) President Barack Obama has landed in Estonia for a quick visit before the NATO leader’s summit in Wales. (Source: HOST TV/CNN)
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TALLINN, ESTONIA (HOST TV/CNN) – President Barack Obama has landed in Estonia for a quick visit before the NATO leaders' summit in Wales.

While in the Eastern European country, he's scheduled to meet with the presidents of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

This trip is meant to address their concerns about Russia's territorial gains in Ukraine.

The stop is also expected to reinforce the message of NATO's leaders.

They are set to announce the positioning of troops and equipment closer to Russia in Eastern Europe at their meeting in Wales.

Copyright 2014 HOST TV via CNN. All rights reserved.

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