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Trump doesn't mind coming to Russia for Victory Day parade

The Victory Day Parade is held on May 9, at Red Square in Moscow
18:34, 8 November 2019

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United States President Donald Trump doesn't mind coming to Russia for the Victory Day Parade. Reuters reports.

Trump said to the reporters at the White House that he was considering attending Victory Day Parade, which is held on May 9, at Red Square in Moscow.

During this year’s Victory Day Parade, President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin put Kyiv on the list of "the Russian capitals".

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He stated this during delivering his speech on congratulations on Day of victory over Nazism on May 9, as TASS reported.

“The victory won by the courage of the participants of the defense of the old Russian capitals - Kyiv and Novgorod Veliky, by the fearlessness of the defenders of Smolensk, Odesa, Sevastopol, and by the resistance of the inhabitants of Leningrad during the blockade,” Putin said.

As we reported earlier, Almost 5,000 Russian servicemen participated in parades in occupied territories of Crimea on May 9. TASS reported this citing Alexey Rulev, the representative of the press service of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation.

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