TALLINN. April 28 (Interfax) - Estonia plans to celebrate Reconciliation Day on May 8th, Prime Minister Andrus Ansip told Interfax on Thursday.
"We will celebrate this holiday in compliance with the UN Security Council resolution," he said.
Ansip said he would visit the monument to Holocaust victims near the former Klooga prison camp in the vicinity of Tallinn on May 8th.
"Then I will attend a service in the Kaarli Church, which will commemorate all people who died in the World War II," he said.
"After that I will attend a remembrance ceremony in Maarjamagi, where Estonians, Germans and Russians who fought on different sides of the front were buried together," he said.
"This place shows the situation Estonia encountered in the World War II. We did not take part in that war as a state, we were forced into it, and we still cannot recover from the losses," he said.