Blinken congratulates Estonia on Independence Day

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken congratulated the people of Estonia on the 103rd anniversary of the country’s independence.

“The United States and Estonia share a strong commitment to global security, economic opportunity and democratic values,” Blinken said in a statement.

“As NATO allies, we work together with pride to further adapt NATO to today’s security challenges,” Blinken continued. “As members of the UN Security Council, we advocate for human rights and the rule of law, and we are taking action to address the global climate crisis.”

“We value our partnership to strengthen defense capabilities, develop trade and investment, people-to-people ties, and Estonia’s contribution to a strong US-EU relationship,” said the Secretary of State.

Blinken stated that the United States looks forward to further close relations with Estonia.

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