Tallinn, 20 August 2021- (TDI): Today Estonia celebrates its Restoration of Independence of Estonia from the rule of the Soviet Union and marks the 30th anniversary of the Estonian Restoration of Independence. In 1991 when the rule of the Soviet Union ended, Estonia regained its independence. It is marked as a public holiday in Estonia. Iceland is the first-ever country to recognize the restored independence of Estonia on August 22, 1991.
This day would be observed by various events held across the country. It first begins with a flag-raising ceremony held at Toompea in Tallinn and ends with a festive concert with the theme “The Spirit and the Power of Woman” in Governors Garden.
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs congratulated Estonia on the 30th anniversary of the Restoration of Independence and wished the people in Estonia prosperity and success.
While congratulating Estonia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania stated that this month that marks the interstate between the two countries and focuses on strengthening friendship and close cooperation between the two countries.