News Center -TDO- Estonia’s Ambassador to Turkey Marin Mottus hosted a reception in consequence of 100th anniversay of Estonian War of Liberty at Erimtan Archeology and Art Museum.
Director General of Northern and Central Europe Gülhan Ulutekin, foreign mission representatives, diplomats and many other guests attended to the reception.
The reception started with the singing of the national anthems and continued with the opening speech of Ambassador Mottus.
Mottus, an emphasis is of particular importance for them to celebrate such a day in Ankara in his speech and said "Turkey supports the independence of Estonia and our country in which it was one of the countries never accepted the Soviet occupation."
Ambassador Mothus noted that young Turkish businessmen to actively benefit from Estonia's digital services and said "e-citizenship program is very popular in Turkey. Almost two thousand Turkish citizens have benefited from this program and established 426 companies in Estonia."
Ambassador Ulutekin, Director General of Northern and Central Europe at the Turkish Ministry of foreign Affairs, also began his talk by celebrating the 100th anniversary of the war of liberty and underlined the deep-rooted relations between Turkey and Estonia.
Ambassador Ulutekin stated that relations between the two countries have improved further since Estonia gained independence in 1991 and that they are working together to advance this development in all areas.
Ambassador Ulutekin also stated that NATO allies Turkey and Estonia, have a common vision and a similar approach in global affairs. He also said they appreciated the strong support to Turkey during the membership period to the European Union,
Estonian folk dance ensemble also performed within the scope of the program.