U.S. President Barack Obama is greeted by Estonia Foreign Minister Urmas Paet (L) and Chief of Protocol Toomas Kahur (R) after arriving at Tallinn Airport in Tallinn, Estonia, September 3, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing
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President Barack Obama will stand shoulder to shoulder with Baltic leaders Wednesday in a show of solidarity with NATO allies who fear they could be the next target of Russia's aggression.Obama's daylong trip to Estonia comes ahead of a NATO summit this week at which allies will commit to a more robust response to Russia's incursion in Ukraine. Moscow's moves have sparked fears among member states on NATO's eastern flank that they could be Russian President Vladimir Putin's next target. Obama will depart Tallinn late Wednesday for Wales, which is hosting the two-day NATO summit.
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