TALLINN – Speaking at a day of commemoration of the victims of communism and Nazism at Maarjamae in Tallinn on Sunday, Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid said that commemorating the victims of totalitarianism and upholding democratic freedoms are linked by the firm knowledge that one cannot do without the other and that freedom is always worth striving for.
"Due to the ambitions of totalitarian regimes, many peoples suffered before and after the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, and it is our duty to honor and commemorate them all equally," Kaljulaid said -- that ...
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