© Reuters. Russian President Vladimir Putin takes half in a flower-laying ceremony on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Victory Day in central Moscow
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia will maintain its Second World War Victory Day navy parade that was postponed over the brand new coronavirus on June 24, President Vladimir Putin stated on Tuesday.
Putin was pressured to postpone Russia’s May 9 Victory Day celebrations, together with an enormous navy parade throughout Red Square (NYSE:) to mark 75 years for the reason that Soviet victory in World War Two, due to the deepening coronavirus disaster.
Speaking on tv on Tuesday, Putin ordered Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu to start preparations to carry the parade subsequent month.
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