The foreign ministers of Estonia, Latvia, Finland and Poland celebrated the centenary of the Tartu Peace Treaty

2. February 2020

Foreign Minister Reinsalu thanked his colleagues for participating in the celebration of the day that holds special importance for Estonia. He stressed that the Tartu Peace Treaty, signed a hundred years ago, was the birth certificate of the Republic of Estonia because it was the basis for recognizing Estonia as a free and independent state. Reinsalu emphasized that the Republic of Estonia was guided by the validity of the Tartu Peace Treaty and legal continuity.