The annual charity International Christmas Bazaar organized by the International Women’s Club of Tallinn was held on 24th November, in “Kultuurikatel” in Tallinn.
The International Women’s Club of Tallinn was established in 1993 by four expat women focused on charities in Estonia that improve the lives of women and children in need. As for the moment the Club has 75 members from 22 countries.
Annual Christmas Bazaar organized by the Club is very popular among the local population.
Every year foreign embassies accredited in Tallinn also participate in this big charity event. Diplomatic mission’s staffs together with its family members display various national souvenirs, handicrafts, toys, food items to the visitors of the Bazaar.
21 foreign countries’ embassies including Azerbaijan participated in this year’s Christmas Bazaar.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia Urmas Reinsalu held the speech at event's opening ceremony.
The Embassy of Azerbaijan displayed national food, tea, juices, jams and various national souvenirs.
Azerbaijani products displayed in the Christmas Bazaar were met with great interest by the visitors, as well as by numerous representatives of press and business, members of Estonian Government.
Azerbaijani diaspora, as well as Azerbaijani students studying in Estonia also attended the event.
Profits gained from the Christmas Bazaar were donated by the International Women’s Club of Tallinn to the charity foundation for children in needs.