TALLINN - The Tartu Treaty of Peace with Soviet Russia is a fundamental document for Estonia, its Prime Minister Juri Ratas said at a formal event marking the 102nd anniversary of national independence on Saturday.
"The Tartu peace treaty, for us and for the world, is a fundamental document which ended the liberation war, affirmed our independence, and paved the way toward the international recognition of Estonia," Ratas said.
"The Estonian Republic, which celebrates its 102nd anniversary in two days, is, thanks for the wisdom of the auth...
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