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    Ambassador Welcomes 1st Cavalry Soldiers to Estonia

    Ambassador Levine: Riigikogu Speaker Nestor, Minister Mikser, Major General Terras, Major General O’Connor, Colonel Digiambattista, ladies and gentlemen, thank you all for helping us welcome the Soldiers of the 1st Cavalry Division and the 2nd Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army.

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    U.S. Soldiers Lend a Hand at Tallinn Zoo

    On Friday, 19 September 2014, about 20 soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade were at Tallinn Zoo to engage in some community service.

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    President Obama Visits Estonia

    We’ll be here for Estonia. We will be here for Latvia. We will be here for Lithuania. You lost your independence once before. With NATO, you will never lose it again. – Barack Obama, Tallinn, September 3, 2014

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    President Barack Obama Arriving in Tallinn

    The US President Barack Obama has arrived in the Estonian capital Tallinn on September 3, 2014.

Embassy News

  • Foreign Policy Speech by Ambassador Jeffrey D. Levine - October 14, 2014

    Thank you, Dr. Müürsepp. It’s my pleasure to be here once again at Tallinn University of Technology. I appreciate all of your interest in U.S. foreign policy – and, as always, we’re dealing with a very complex environment out there with numerous regions of the world facing significant issues.

2015 Estonian American Innovation Award Competition Open for Entries

  • 2015 Estonian American Innovation Award

Model United Nations

  • Model United Nations

2014 Global Entrepreneurship Summit

  • 2014 Global Entrepreneurship Summit

DV Lottery 2016

  • DV Lottery 2016

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International Exchange Alumni

  • International Exchange Alumni

American Chamber of Commerce

  • American Chamber of Commerce

Meet Ambassador Jeffrey D. Levine

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