President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday warned Russian Federation could defeat any aggressors but insisted that the world come together to fight "terrorism" as Moscow marked 72 years since victory in World War II.
"This allowed the Nazis to appropriate themselves the right to decide the fate of other peoples, to unleash the most brutal, bloody war, to enslave nearly all European countries, putting them at the service of their deadly targets", the Russian leader said, speaking during the military parade in Moscow marking the 72nd anniversary of the surrender of Nazi Germany in 1945. Those parades, known as the Immortal Regiment, also took place in Ukraine, which was a part of the Soviet Union during World War II and celebrates its own Victory Day on May 8.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in an address on Victory Day on Tuesday, called for worldwide unity and cooperation to fight against violent threats. However, the consolidation of the world community is needed for an effective fight against terrorism, extremism, neo-Nazism and other threats. Among them were some of Russia's most formidable weapons: the Yars and Topol-M strategic intercontinental ballistic missile systems, alongside the Iskander operational-tactical complex. "Russian Federation will always side with the forces of peace, with those who stick to equitable partnership", he added. Two former Obama administration officials refuse to testify on President Trump's alleged ties to Russian Federation - but claim Moscow meddled in the USA election and will do it again.
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Victory Day, celebrated annually, is one of Russia's most important festivals and is used by the country to flaunt its military might.
The Kremlin statement said Putin "confirmed his readiness for constructive joint work on current bilateral, regional and global issues, expressing certainty that this would be in the fundamental interests of the Russian and French people".
In modern day Russian Federation, war veterans march in an enormous parade in full dress uniforms.
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The air show that traditionally serves as the conclusion of the parade was canceled due to unfavorable weather conditions.
Putin on Tuesday warned Russian Federation could defeat any aggressors but insisted that the world come together to fight "terrorism". She says Victory Day honors people like her father who gave their lives fighting against the Nazis. Members of the Commonwealth of Independence States have been following the tradition since the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Russian Federation and France are also at odds over the war in Syria where Moscow is flying a bombing campaign in support of leader Bashar al-Assad, who Paris insists must leave power.
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