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Putin warns the world that 'peace is very fragile' at annual Victory Day parade

Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on May 10, 2018 at 2:40 PM


Fireworks explode over the Saint Peter and Paul Fortress and the Neva River during a celebration of the 73rd anniversary of the end of the Second World War


Putin warns the world that 'peace is very fragile' as Russia stages huge show of military force at annual Victory Day parade


Russia is celebrating the 73rd anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany in World War II


The event is traditionally when the country displays its military might but Putin held out olive branch to West


Russian President said that his nation is 'open to dialogue on all different aspects of global security'



Russian President Vladimir Putin, with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on the far left and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu watch the Victory Day military parade


Russian President Vladimir Putin today said world peace is 'very fragile' as he addressed the traditional parade to commemorate the victory over Nazi Germany in the Second World War.


Russia showcased some of its most modern armaments at the annual Victory Day parade in Moscow's Red Square.


The Russian President was joined by foreign dignitaries including Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Serbia President Aleksandar Vucic.


In a speech at the solemn event, he warned: 'Mankind has to realise that peace is very fragile.


'Russia is open to dialogue on all different aspects of global security.'


The annual parade marks the tens of millions of Soviet soldiers and civilians who died in the Second World War, but it came at a period of unprecedented tension in the world since the end of the Cold War.


Some 13,000 servicemen and women marched across Red Square as Putin watched from close to Lenin's mausoleum.



Russian women soldiers taking part in the parade in Kaliningrad to mark victory in the 1941-1945 war



Some of the 13,000 Russian service personnel who took part in the parade in the heart of the Russian capital


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There wasn't a mention of what we used to call VE Victory in Europe Day a few short years ago. I guess we're so fascist now we don't celebrate it anymore. That was quite the party. It would be a stirring event to witness. I wish I had a little Russian vocabulary. But the pictures are worth a thousand words in any language. Dos vidanya.


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