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Negotiations for the withdrawal of all Soviet and later Russian troops left in Estonia began immediately after the latter regained its independence in 1991. After a lot of stalling on the Russian side, an agreement was finally reached by Presidents Meri and Yeltsin 25 years ago.

Teachers of Estonian Abroad Met in Tõstamaa
During the last days of July, over 60 Estonian language teachers from all over the globe met in the village of Tõstamaa near Pärnu to share ideas and best practises on teaching the Estonian language abroad.


The Baltic Embassies and local diaspora organizations gathered on July 23, 2019, at the Rock Creek Cemetery to honor Sumner Welles and Loy Henderson. The Welles Declaration and the U.S. policy of non-recognition of the Soviet occupation of our countries helped to keep the flame of freedom alive even during the darkest times.   Photo courtesy of Estonian Embassy in Washington Facebook page.

Estonian Festival Orchestra Coming to Carnegie Hall
The Estonian Festival Orchestra will perform at New York's Carnegie Hall on October 11, 2020 under the direction of its conductor Paavo Järvi. It will be part of a U.S. tour with a concert in Washington likely. Founded by Järvi in 2011, the orchestra, which debuted at the Pärnu Music Festival was "hand-picked", bringing together the best of Estonian talent and leading musicians from from around the world.

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EANC's Karin Shuey sharing her perspective with the CEPA audience (photo courtesy of CEPA)


A plõks (snap) from the general seating area, the hillside, of Tallinn's laulu/väljak (song festival grounds) during the first concert evening, July 6, just after the laulu/peo/tuli (song festival flame) was lit atop the tule/torn (flame tower) by the laulu/lava (song stage), where it burned for two days.

A new report has identified the most highly connected countries, where innovation, online services and digitally forward-thinking lifestyles are drawing expats from across the globe.

This year Estonia celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Estonian Song Festival with the biggest show ever welcoming over 30,000 singers and over 90,000 viewers to the song festival grounds in Tallinn. There's no better way to continue this celebration of a beautiful tradition by spreading awareness about ways how Estonians kept the culture alive despite historical challenges and used music as a form of peaceful resistance during the singing revolution.


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