The Kremlin had hoped for a lifting of restrictive measures by 24 June


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In the Kremlin hope that the restrictive measures in Moscow will be cancelled for June 24, when the red square must go through the Victory parade. About it in interview to the program “Moscow. The Kremlin. Putin” for “Russia 1” said the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, transfers “Interfax”.

According to him, the parade, the planned presence at the podium of President Vladimir Putin and foreign guests, including heads of state.

Putin in late may, ordered the defense Ministry to begin preparations for the parade and requested to hold the event on June 24 — according to the decree of the President this day declared a public holiday. The parade was traditionally held on 9 May on red square, but was postponed due to the spread of the coronavirus.

In Moscow at least until June 14, inclusive there is a regime of isolation and a number of other restrictive measures. June 1, citizens will be allowed three times a week to walk on a special schedule.

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