President Obama on U.S. Relations with Baltic States
President Obama was introduced by graduate student Oskar Poola. This speech in the Nordea Concert Hall was to an audience of students, young professionals, and civil society and political leaders.
President Obama spoke in Tallinn, Estonia, on U.S. relations with the Baltic states. He also talked about protections afforded them under the NATO alliance, and Russia’s occupation and annexation of parts of Ukraine.
President Obama was introduced by graduate student Oskar Poola. This speech in the Nordea Concert Hall was to an audience of students, young professionals, and civil society and political leaders. close
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