In Russia, the 76th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s defeat of Nazi Germany in the Second World War was celebrated with ceremonies the other day. In the city of Omsk, a group of women danced on the trampoline at the mausoleum of Soviet soldiers killed during the war as part of Victory Day on May 9. “Dance on the bones of our soldiers does not happen.” reacted with his words.
“Apologies if it hurt your emotions”
In the statement made by the Trampoline Center, which prepared the dance video, it was said, “The video published for Victory Day was shot today as a thank you to our ancestors for giving us a life away from fascist pressure. We apologize if the video shot as a congratulation video hurt your feelings. >
THE BADGE FROM PUTIN
A military parade was held in Red Square in the capital city of Moscow as part of the 9 May Victory Day. 190 military units and special military equipment were used in the ceremony. 76 planes and helicopters flew over Red Square.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who attended the ceremony, greeted the participants and the Russian people in the Victory Day ceremony. Addressing the veterans, Putin said: “We bow before your courage and fortitude. We will always remember that the great success in the victory over Nazism was achieved by the Soviet people.”
Reminding that the Nazis aimed not only to destroy the Soviet economy, but also to destroy the Soviet people, Putin said, “The Russian people stopped the Nazis who destroyed Europe with the passion of anti-Semitism and Russia. This should not be forgotten.”
Expressing that the remnants of the Nazi ideology were tried to be revived by military activities in the West, Putin stated that the Russians did not allow these ideologies in the past and will not allow them in the future.
At the parade, 10 T-34 tanks, T-14 Armata and T-90M Proryv tanks, artillery equipment Coalition-SV, Kurganets infantry fighting vehicles and Boomerang armored personnel carriers, considered the best tanks of the Second World War was among the weapons exhibited.
Victory Day celebrations in Russia! Clear message from Putin to the West