A far right militia group, known as the "Soldiers Of Odin," marched in the streets of Tallinn amid security concerns fueled by the unprecedented refugee crisis in Europe.
Around 2,500 members of far-right anti-refugee group ‘Soldiers of Odin,’ the youth wing of the Conservative People's Party of Estonia, and other anti-EU and anti-refugee groups, marched with lit torches in Tallinn on the anniversary of Estonian independence day.
The parade started in Tallinn’s main square where the Estonian soldiers marched together with their NATO allies. Overall, more than a thousand soldiers and nearly a hundred pieces of equipment were present at the square.
The highlight of the parade was the flight of the American Black Hawks and NATO fighter jets above the city.