Malta Celebrates its Independence on September 21st

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The nation of Malta celebrates its independence day on 21 September every year. The country won its liberation from the United Kingdom on this day in 1964. An archipelago nation in the European Union, Malta has been under the rule of several foreign powers before it gained independence from the British.

The British foothold, which began in 1813, was the longest ever that the Maltese had encountered. After gaining independence in 1964, Malta became a republic in 1974. In 2004 the nation joined the European Union and from the year of its independence, Malta has been a part of the United Nations. celebrates its independence day on 21 September every year.