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Estonian World Council Urges Marking Tartu Peace Treaty 100
The Estonian World Council is appealing to Estonian communities abroad to mark the upcoming 100th anniversary of the Tartu Peace Treaty signed on February 2, 1920 by Estonia and the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. The treaty ended the Estonian War of Independence, finalized the country's eastern border and recorded Russia's unreserved recognition of Estonia's independence and renouncement in perpetuity of all rights to Estonian territory, although the current Russian Government strongly denies the validity of the Treaty, stating that it is not the successor state to the treaty. ÜEKN invites Estonians everywhere to celebrate the Tartu Peace Treaty as a pillar of Estonia's statehood. By doing so, we pledge to ourselves and announce to others that Estonians will not relinquish justice and truth. Please let the World Council know of events marking this historic event by getting in touch at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Pillerkaar, Estonian Folk Dancers from the Washington, DC Metro Area, had a busy and festive day when they performed at two holiday markets in Maryland on Saturday, December 7, 2019.

First Estonian Appointed European Commission Spokesperson
Estonian Vivian Loonela has been appointed European Commission coordinating spokesperson for the environment, maritime affairs and fisheries, public health and food safety. She began work in the spokesperson's service of the European Commission's new president Ursula von der Leyen, as the leading spokesperson on Green Deal-related matters.


Korp! Vironia USA West Coast annual sailboat outing dedicated to pledge members (i.e. "rebasetund”). Under the supervision of Captain vil! Martin Tali.    Photo: Tõnu Viitas  

The pirukas is Estonia’s savory gift to the fattening world of turnovers, or if you prefer, dumplings. Although there are many varieties, at its core, the pirukas is a stuffed sweet bread or pastry dough filled with Estonian ethnic delight. Pick your favorite filling, whether stewed beef, carrots, ham, cabbage, or other available rural peasant food, and prepare for culinary bliss.


Kaia Maripuu with her mother and sisters at Laulupidu.


Left to right: Silvi Otsmaa, Ingrid Arulaid Echter, Laine Tammer, Photo: Tõnu Viitas.


Team Estonia, which participated in the EU representatives' tree-planting effort in Washington, was led by Ambassador Jonatan Vseviov, second from left, and featured Johannes, age 2½, son of Ranner Selge, IT specialist at the embassy. (Natalie Liu/VOA)


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