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The President of Kazakhstan, Kasym-Zhomart Tokayev stated that he accepted the invitation of the Russian leader Vladimir Putin to visit the Victory parade in Moscow on 24 June. He said this in his Twitter account.
“With gratitude accepted the invitation,” wrote Tokaev, saying that he received it during a telephone conversation with Putin that took place on Tuesday, may 26.
The two leaders discussed the fight against the pandemic coronavirus and the issues of bilateral cooperation.
Earlier, Putin announced on 24 June, the day of the Victory parade on red square in Moscow and other cities of Russia and instructed defense Minister Sergei Shoigu to start preparing. In addition, the President of Russia proposed to hold a March of the Immortal regiment July 26.
Initially, the parade was planned by tradition to take place on may 9, however, the government abandoned these plans because of a pandemic coronavirus. Instead of the usual parades in Russian cities have been aircraft. In addition, held several distance and online stock also was held the traditional for the Victory Day fireworks.
Video, photo All from Russia.