Lennart Meri was one of the most influential politicians in the history of the Baltic states. He was the president of Estonia from 1992 to 2001, during which time he became widely acknowledged as a spokesman for the entire region. In addition to his work as a statesman, he was a leader of the Estonian Independence movement, a filmmaker, a renown historian, a linguist and an accomplished writer. His son, Mart Meri, who currently works as head of the Eesti Institute, sat down with The Baltic Times to discuss a book that he recently completed about his father and about his own work as head of ...
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