Baltic Naval Squadron (BALTRON)
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1997, within U-XM1943 - Baltic Security Assistance Forum (BALTSEA).
Minimize mine hazards, improve safety of peacetime navigation and help to remediate environmental damage in the territorial waters and economic zone of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
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Comprises International Staff of the Baltic States and ships of the navies of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Every state allocates 1-2 Mine Countermeasures ships to BALTRON. The authorities of the Baltic States annually agree on the allocation of ships, appointment of staff members and specific exercises - the annual plan of BALTRON's activity is prepared accordingly. The ships allocated to BALTRON remain parts of the Baltic navies and therefore the joint squadron is based on the support of the three navies. One ship performs the tasks of a command and support ship, as well as base platform for staff and Commanding Officer.
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