On May 8, the remains of 126 Red Army soldiers killed in World War II were reburied in the cemetery of Maardu, a town to the east of Tallinn.
The news was confirmed by Russian news agency, Interfax.
According to Maardu Mayor, Vladimir Arhipov, the ceremony took place on May 8. "It's a great honour to us to be the town where Red Army soldiers who fought on Estonian territory in 1941-1945 have found their last resting place," he said.
The ceremony was attended by representatives from the Russian and Belarusian ...
The article you requested can be accessed only by subscribing to the online version of The Baltic Times. If you are already subscribed to The Baltic Times, please authorize yourself.
In case you don't have a subscription yet - please visit our SUBSCRIPTION