Hundreds of British troops, tanks and heavy armour are sent to Russia’s border in the biggest show of force against Moscow since the Cold War
A group of 120 soldiers arrived in Estonia, and 300 vehicles will arrive next week
The eastern European country, who thinks Russia is a threat, asked for the help
Sir Michael Fallon said the soldiers are 'standing up to Russian aggression'
Hundreds of British troops and tanks are on their way to an EU border with Russia in the biggest show of force against Moscow since the Cold War.
An advance guard of some 120 troops touched down last night at an air base in Estonia, a country which borders Russia and sees Moscow as a threat to the West.
Three hundred vehicles will arrive by next week, including Warrior infantry fighting vehicles, Challenger 2 tanks and AS90 artillery weapons.