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  • Tiit Vähi The letter from the Prime Minister was presented by the Prime Minister to be Mart Siimann although at that time he hardly knew he was next in line Present were the three ex Prime Ministers Indrek Toome Edgar Savisaar and Mart Laar President of the Republic Dear Andres Küng You were always among those who believed in Estonia and proved it in word as well as in deed

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  • in a flat in central Malmö and spends the summer in Mossbystrand west of Ystad on the south coast of Sweden HOBBIES reading and sometimes writing books playing tennis and golf travelling Daniel has worked in the media business with video radio and TV in the restaurant business started washing dishes and now has become a really good cook and in the car business phones workshop customers to check if they are satisfied he has also helped to build straw roofs in southern Sweden worked in a pub in London and as travel guide in Cyprus Older daughter Emilie the only photo she has so far accepted for publication although she is much more beautiful irl in real life Studied competence sciences at Malmö and Gothenburg universities also worked in the restaurant business and at Cliveden in England furthermore studied German in Wiesbaden Frida and ex wife Lena find a quarter shilling frm 1820 when excavating behind our summer house Thus the circle is closed my archeologue aunt always dragged me to archeological and historical museums when I was a child until I got fed up nobody dragged Frida to such institutions so she loved visiting the Stone Age Bronze

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  • secondary schools in Stockholm GCE in 1964 Father manages to smile after considerable coaching by mother and me I passed my GCE at A level Stockholm School of Economics graduate in 1967 Language studies at different universities in Sweden and

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  • AWARDS
    and honorary life membership of the Croatian National Union of Sweden for my long time active support for the cultural interests of the Croatian minority and for my concern for human rights in Croatia 1983 Freedom Prize of the ultra liberal journal Contra for my broad efforts to inform the public opinion about and engage it in matters regarding human freedom and dignity This work has been founded on facts and persistent and built on wide knowledge Since the message has been clearly and simply formulated it has penetrated the media and thus positively changed Swedish public opinion in these matters Andres Küng has been especially successful in informing about the situation of the Baltic States our until then almost forgotten neighbours and Latin America 1984 Cultural Award of the Estonian mini parliament the Estonian Representation of Sweden 1984 Receiving the Cultural award from the Chairman of the Estonian Representation of Sweden Mr Rudolf Schmuul Ervin and Eili Nômmera s Award for especially successful participation in the freedom struggle and political activity of Estonia 1985 Laureate of the Estonian Students Association EÜS Eesti Üliôpilaste Selts 1986 Honorary Diploma of the Hungarian Union of Sweden on the occasion fo the 30th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 1986 Award of Estonian TV program Dialog for my dialogue with the Swedish Government after I had reprimanded Foreign Minister Sten Andersson for his less than successful statements during his first visit to the then still Soviet occupied Baltic States 1990 Honorary Diploma of the Latvian Central Council of Sweden for my remarkable contributions to the struggle for LATVIA and the freedom aspirations of the Latvian nation Diploma of the Estonian Ministry for Education for humanitarian assistance to education in Estonia 1992 Congratulatory letters from the President and Prime Minister of Estonia on

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  • a lively style and are based on thorough research Küng s writings are characterized by succinct style and the fact that he describes matters with which he is well acquainted There is nothing in international literature on Estonia comparable to Andres Küng s books nor to his other publicistic activity in these matters Stockholm March 30th 1974 A Reintamm Chairman H Mark Head of Office Mr Mark then Acting Prime

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  • had become a best seller among Christians of Sweden and other countries In the book Bruce is depicted as an exemplary missionary integrating the Christian creed with Indian cultural customs But then a friend of mine a well known Swedish anthropologist and writer denounced Bruce as a cultural murderer and even murderer having killed one of the Motilone Indians he was there to help The Swedish publisher got cold feet

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  • FÖRFATTARSKAP
    project on my own First time in Estonia 24 years young in the summer of 1970 as reporter for the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation I had no idea at the time that I would afterwards write a book and that it would make KGB ban me throughout the Soviet Union for 18 years Nor could I have guessed that a KGB officer 19 years later would tell me that my bike made KGB believe that I was a specially smart spy They were used to following suspicious visitors on foot or by car and suspected that I had brought my bike to be able to shake off my followers In real life I was late for the boat from Stockholm to Helsinki and was afraid to leave my beloved bike on the quai in thief ridden Stockholm So I brought it with me on the boat first to Helsinki and then to Tallinn So pure coincidence made me a spy in the eyes of my KGB case officer s My latest books on Baltic affairs are the thoroughly illustrated handbook Baltikum with prefaces by all the three Baltic presidents of the time a semi academic study on relations between Sweden and

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  • left my then 11 year old Daniel with a Latvian fellow prisoner Atis Lejins US born researcher with the Foreign Policy Association first in Stockholm and then in Riga whose book Gäst hos KGB Guest at KGB s Stockholm 1983 I had prefaced To the right my wife with Daniel and my then soon to be 7 year old Emilie Member of several other Estonian and Baltic organisations like students corporation Vironia Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies AABS Estonian Committee Estonian Information Center and Swedish Estonian Friendship Association Congress of Estonia elected Member in Spring 1990 with highest number of votes among all Swedish Estonian candidates Advisor to Estonia s President more correctly Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of Estonia and Government One of the four founders of the Monday movement for the support of the Baltic nations 1990 92 The last meeting with the Monday movement together with the other founders The first meeting was spontaneously organized at a central square in Stockholm Norrmalmstorg in March 1990 and the last one in September 1991when Estonia Latvia and Lithuania had regained their independence Every Monday at 12 am we gathered 79 Mondays in a row To begin with only in the capital and then all over the country The speakers came from all the Baltic and Nordic and several European countries the US etc the Monday movement probably contributed to the change of mind of the Swedish Government from negative to luke warm to quite warm support for the peaceful freedom struggle of their long forgotten Baltic neighbours From the left Liberal MP Håkan Holmberg me Gunnar Hökmark then Conservative MP and later also Party Secretary and Peeter Luksep then Conservative MP and now Chairman of the Union of Swedish Estonians Amnesty International Deputy Board

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