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On behalf of the people and government of the United States, U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo on Monday congratulated the Republic of Estonia on the 102nd anniversary of independence and the 100th anniversary of the Treaty of Tartu.

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Korp! Vironia Suusapäevad 2020 in Lake Tahoe at the home of vil! dr. Toomas Rebane in Incline Village, Nevada. Twelve members of the fraternity and their families joined in the weekend-long festivities of skiing, saunas and the annual dinner (as photographed) at the home of vil! Toomas Rebane.  Photo by Mati Otsmaa

U.S. to Give up to $1 billion Towards Three Seas Investment Fund
At the Munich Security Conference on February 15, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressed the US commitment to the Three Seas Initiative, which Estonia is a member of, and its readiness to allocate up to $1 billion for the financing of infrastructure projects. Estonia will host the summit and a business forum of the Three Seas Initiative in June this year.

Indiana University’s Summer Language Workshop is proud to host the 2020 Baltic Studies Summer Institute (BALSSI), a cooperative project of the Baltic Languages Consortium and the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, offering intensive Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian language courses.


Jaan Kross.     Photo by Peeter Langovits.


From left: CEPA Executive Vice President Réka Szemerkényi, Major General Herem, and EANC's Karin Shuey.


Major General Martin Herem recently made his first official visit as the Chief of Estonian Defence Forces to our nation’s capital and was hosted by the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) think tank for a conversation about his perspectives on defense issues going into the next decade.


Hundreds of fairy tales, dozens of magical objects and numerous strange encounters – the Estonian National Museum (ERM) exhibition ‘Once Upon a Time...’ takes visitors on a journey through a magical forest and the underworld to meet holograms of heroes in the exhibition hall and guides them out of hell via an eight-metre laser corridor.

“By autumn of the year before last,” said Katrin Sipelgas, Head Curator and originator of the exhibition concept, “I had thought about fairy tales for so long that I finally decided to turn them into an exhibition. The original versions of the same stories that have become popular thanks to contemporary fairy tale films were told in our farmhouses 100 years ago or even earlier.


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