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Jump to main content. Thank you so much. Please give Oskar a big round of applause for the great job that he did. To President Ilves and distinguished guests, to the people of Estonia -- it is a great pleasure to be with you in this historic city, in this beautiful land.

I understand the weather is always like this. I bring with me the friendship of the American people, and I am honored to be the first President of the United States to deliver an address like this to the people of Estonia. I just had the opportunity to meet once again with the presidents of all the Baltic states, and I thank the presidents of Latvia and Lithuania for being here.

And I want to say a special welcome to everyone watching this out in Freedom Square. Because, like Oskar, you are fulfilling the dream that your parents and grandparents struggled for but could only imagine -- and that is living your lives in free and independent and democratic Baltic nations. That dream of freedom endured through Let s get together tonight in Estonia of occupation and oppression. It blossomed into independence, only to have it stolen by foreign pacts and secret protocols.

It survived the mass deportations that ripped parents from their children. It was defended by Forest Brothers in their resistance and sustained by poets and authors who kept alive your languages and cultures.

And then, exactly 25 years ago, people across the Baltics came together in one of the greatest displays of freedom and non-violent resistance that the world has ever seen. On that August evening, perhaps two million people stepped out of their homes and joined hands -- a human chain of freedom, the Baltic Way. And they stretched down highways and across farmlands, from Tallinn to Riga to Vilnius.

They lit candles and they sang anthems. Old men and women brought out their flags of independence. And young parents brought their children to teach them that when ordinary people stand together, great change is possible. Our wall is stronger. Within months, that wall in Berlin was pushed open. The next year, the Baltic peoples finally voted in elections. And when the forces of the past made their last grab for power, you stood up. Lithuanians faced down tanks. Here in Tallinn, citizens rushed to the TV tower to defend the airwaves Swinger parties in Riga democracy.

You reclaimed your countries. But the people of the Baltic nations also knew that freedom needs a foundation of security. And we were proud to welcome you as new allies, so that those words of your constitution -- your timeless independence -- will always be guaranteed by the strongest military alliance the world has ever known.

Today, people working to build their own democracies -- from Kyiv to Tunis -- look to you for inspiration. Your experience cautions that progress is neither easy nor quick. Here in the Baltics, after decades of authoritarian Let s get together tonight in Estonia, the habits of democracy had to be learned. The institutions of good governance had to be built.

Economies had to be reformed. Foreign forces had to be removed from your territory. And transitions of this magnitude are daunting for any nation. And in that great contest of ideas -- between freedom and authoritarianism, between liberty and oppression -- your success proves, like that human chain 25 years ago, that our way will always be stronger.

Look at the evidence. Here in Estonia, we see the success of free markets, integration with Europe, taking on tough reforms. The entrepreneurial spirit of the Estonian people has been unleashed, and your innovations, like Skype, are transforming the world.

A decade ago, skeptics wondered whether your countries were up to the task. And today, they need only look at our training exercises, where our troops grow even stronger together, shoulder to shoulder. They can look at Afghanistan, where our forces have sacrificed together to keep us safe -- and where, in just three months, the largest operation in NATO history will come to an end, as planned. And your progress reflects a larger truth: It is a brazen assault on the territorial integrity of Ukraine -- a sovereign and independent European nation.

It challenges that most basic of principles of our international system -- that borders cannot be redrawn at the barrel of a gun; that nations have the right to determine their own future. Let s get together tonight in Estonia is why we stand with the people of Ukraine today.

No other nation gets to veto your security decisions. The protests in Ukraine, on the Maidan, were not led by neo-Nazis or fascists. They were led by ordinary Ukrainians Let s get together tonight in Estonia men and women, young and old -- who were fed up with a corrupt regime and who wanted to share in the progress and prosperity that they see in the rest of Europe. He Let s get together tonight in Estonia chosen by the people of Ukraine.

And the Russian forces that have now moved into Ukraine are not on a humanitarian Let s get together tonight in Estonia peacekeeping mission. They are Russian combat forces with Russian weapons in Russian tanks. Now, these are the facts. As a result of state-run propaganda, many Russians have become convinced that the actions taken by their government is strengthening Russia. It only shows that unrestrained nationalism is the last refuge of those who cannot or will not deliver real progress and opportunity for their own people at home.

Just as we refused to accept smaller European nations being dominated by bigger neighbors in the last century, we reject any talk of spheres of influence today. In this Alliance, there are no old members or new members, no junior partners or senior partners -- there are just Allies, pure and simple.

And we will defend the territorial integrity of every single Ally. More American forces are on the ground training and rotating through each of the Baltic states. Because the defense of Tallinn and Riga and Vilnius is just as important as the defense of Berlin and Paris and London. During the long Soviet occupation, the great Estonian poet, Marie Under, wrote a poem in which she cried to the world: Right here, at present, now!

We have a solemn duty to each other. Article 5 is crystal clear: An attack on one is an attack on all. We will be Let s get together tonight in Estonia for Latvia. We will be here for Lithuania. You lost your independence once before. With NATO, you will never lose it again. It would mean more training and exercises between our militaries.

And it would mean more U. Third, NATO forces need the ability to deploy even faster in times of crisis. This week, our Alliance must unite around a new plan to enhance our readiness. It also means we need to have the infrastructure and facilities that can receive rapid reinforcements, including here in the Baltics. And even as we meet conventional threats, we need to face other challenges.

And that includes propaganda campaigns that try to whip up Let s get together tonight in Estonia and divide people from one another. We reject the idea that people cannot live and thrive together, just because they have different backgrounds or speak a different language. And the best antidotes to such distorted thinking are the values that define us. Not just in the Baltics, but throughout Europe, we must acknowledge the inherent dignity and human rights of every person -- because our democracies cannot truly succeed until we root out bias and prejudice, both from our institutions and from our hearts.

We have to uphold a free press and freedom of speech -- because, in the end, lies and misinformation are no match for the truth. We have to embrace open and inclusive societies -- because our countries are more successful and more prosperous when we welcome the talents of all our people, including minorities. That's the example we must set. Fourth -- even as we keep our countries strong at home, we need to keep our Alliance strong for the future. And that means investing in capabilities like intelligence Let s get together tonight in Estonia surveillance and reconnaissance and missile defense.

And here in Europe, nations need to do more to spur the growth and prosperity that sustains our alliance. To its great credit, Estonia stands out as an ally that contributes Massage plus more in Nassau full share -- its full two percent of GDP -- to Let s get together tonight in Estonia defense of our alliance.

And Latvia and Lithuania have pledged to do the same. So this week -- that's Let s get together tonight in Estonia applause. Estonia does it; every ally must do it. Keep in mind that, repeatedly, President Putin has ignored the Let s get together tonight in Estonia to resolve the crisis in Ukraine diplomatically.

The United States, the European Union, our partners around the world have all said we prefer a diplomatic solution. And make Let s get together tonight in Estonia mistake, Russia is paying a price. The Russian economy has slipped into recession. Its energy production -- which is the engine of the Russian economy -- is expected to drop. Its credit rating is near junk status. The ruble just fell to an all-time low.

We have no interest in weakening Russia. We do not seek out confrontation with Russia. Over the past two decades, the United States has gone to great lengths to welcome Russia into the community of nations and to encourage its economic success.


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