TALLINN - In celebration of the Native Language Day on Saturday, March 14, all state and local government authorities and legal persons governed by public law are to hoist the Estonian flag to mark the occasion.
Households, businesses and organizations may also hoist the flag to celebrate the Native Language Day. Flags are hoisted at sunrise or at 8 a.m. at the latest and lowered at sunset. If a flag is not lowered, it must be illuminated in the dark.
The Native Language Day is dedicated to the Estonian language and is celebrated on the birthday of Esto...
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