Putin said about Russia’s openness to the establishment of a common security system in the world


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Russia is open for dialogue and cooperation to create a common security system in the world, said the President of Russia Vladimir Putin during the Victory day parade in Moscow. It is reported RIA Novosti on Wednesday, June 24.

The President also urged to remember that to the Soviet people fell the brunt of the struggle against Nazism.

“It’s hard to imagine what would become of the world, not become in his defense the Red Army. (…) Our people have been able to defeat the terrible, total evil,” said he.

In the parade on red square was attended by 14 thousand troops, of 234 historical and current ground-based military equipment and 75 aircrafts. Parade consists of 40 foot calculations: members of the armed forces and other agencies, students and cadets of military schools, Suvorov, Nakhimov cadets and yunarmeytsy.

The solemn event was visited by the leaders of 10 countries: Belarus, Uzbekistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Serbia, South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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