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Independence Day Reception Canceled for Second Consecutive Year

The president's Independence Day reception will be canceled once again due to the continued spread of the coronavirus.


Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR) will broadcast the Independence Day concert and President Alar Karis' speech to the public from the Estonia Theater live on February 24.


The president's reception was also canceled last year.


The concert and President Kersti Kaljulaid's speech were broadcast from the Paide Theater.



NATO Foreign Ministers Confirm Inadmissibility of Russia's Demands

Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets discussed the security situation in Europe and the common position of the Allies before the NATO-Russia Council at a video meeting of the Alliance's foreign ministers on January 7.


"Even after today's meeting, NATO members clearly agree that it is impossible to make concessions on the basic principles of the international order and that there is no room for any negotiations on the basis of European security under the threat of external force. It would be unthinkable for us to return to the old-fashioned policy of spheres of influence, and we consider it important that each country has the right to decide on its own sources of security," Foreign Minister Liimets said.



"Singing Revolution: The Musical" Opens This Week

The musical, inspired by Estonia's Singing Revolution of 1988 to 1991 will arrive on the stage of the Broadwater Theater in Los Angeles on January 15, 2022.


In November of 2021, Estonians could breathe a bit easier, since the number of days lived in freedom finally became greater than the number of days lived under foreign occupation.


It is symbolic that this anniversary will be celebrated again by "Singing Revolution", this time in the form of the premiering musical, inspired by Estonians' struggle for the restoration of the freedom of their country.



Newly Renovated Pärnu Airport Opening New Routes

The extensive renovation of Pärnu Airport, which cost the state 18.5 million euros, has essentially been completed.


Although a contract has yet to be signed, Nyxair is planning to fly between Pärnu and Helsinki starting in May. Flights would take place twice a week - on Thursdays and Sundays, costing around €60 per ticket.


Currently, Pärnu only has a regular flight connection to Ruhnu Island.


The airport will also get a new plane hangar, which will allow maintenance service for Airbus 320 and Boeing 737 planes.


Nyxair director Jaanus Ojamets said a route between Pärnu and Stockholm can also not be ruled out.


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