Russia and Belarus in modern conditions, when the world is trying to rewrite history, do everything to protect the truth about the Victory of the Soviet people, said the Chairman of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin during the 58th session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union of Belarus and Russia, which takes place in a videoconference mode.
The speaker, quoted by the press service of the chamber, said on 30 June, the presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko opened the memorial to Soviet soldiers in Rzhev. Volodin called the memorial "national" because the funds for its creation were donated by the citizens of many CIS countries.
The state Duma Commission on the investigation of interference in the Affairs of the Russian Federation from the outside, examine the publication online publication of "Medusa" on the Rzhev memorial on compliance with the legislation, told reporters the head of the Committee Vasily Piskarev.
Earlier edition published an article with an illustration that made fun of the monument to Soviet Soldiers in the Rzhev: the publication compared the monument with a negative faceless creature the Dementors from the famous series of books about boy wizard Harry Potter.
Vladimir Putin gave an autograph to the volunteer Catherine Labutina, who accompanied the veteran at the opening ceremony of the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev.
Reporters noticed that the President gave one of the veterans a piece of paper.
The President passed a note to a WWII veteran at the opening ceremony of the Rzhev memorial to Soviet soldiers.
Published footage shows President wrote something on a piece of paper and then handed it to standing next to the man. Thereafter, the veteran and his message in the hands of the departed head of state.
The presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko opened the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev and laid flowers to the monument.
At the meeting of heads of state embraced.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko went on a working visit to Russia, where he will participate in the opening ceremony of the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev, reports on Tuesday the official Internet portal of the President of Belarus.
As reported, Putin invited Lukashenko at a ceremony on 24 June in day of carrying out in Moscow of the Victory parade. A few days later the President of Belarus confirmed its plans to attend the opening of the memorial and in the framework of this visit to hold talks with Putin. According to the Belarusian leader, he expects to discuss with Russian President "on some issues of further cooperation."
Rzhevskiy memorial to the Soviet soldier pays tribute to those who gave their lives to stop the enemy and the result of a huge scale battle made a radical change in the course of the great Patriotic war, told RIA Novosti the head of the scientific Department of the Russian military historical society (rvio), Yury Nikiforov.
Tuesday will host the opening ceremony of Rzhev of the memorial to Soviet soldiers, which will be a branch of the Museum of Victory. Participation in the event will be the presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko. The memorial was completed in April of this year, but its Grand opening was planned for the 75th anniversary of Victory on may 9 was postponed because of the situation with coronavirus infection.
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin in the company Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko on Tuesday to take part in the opening of the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev, reported the press service of the Kremlin.
As reported, Putin invited Lukashenko at a ceremony on 24 June in day of carrying out in Moscow of the Victory parade. A few days later the President of Belarus confirmed its plans to attend the opening of the memorial and in the framework of this visit to hold talks with Putin.
Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko at a forthcoming meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely to discuss the scandal of the BGB, the situation with the coronavirus, as well as the supply of Russian gas to the Republic, told RIA Novosti on Monday, the expert of the Belarusian Republican public Association "Belarus Rus" Peter Petrovski.
Earlier, Lukashenko said that he plans to attend the opening of the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev 30 June in the framework of this visit to hold talks with Putin. As noted by Lukashenko, he would like to address the subject of foreign interference in elections in the Republic scheduled for 9 August.
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin invited his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko take part in the opening ceremony of the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev 30 June, reported in Wednesday's state TV channel "Belarus 1".
"As it became known to the news Agency, Russian President Putin invited his Belarusian counterpart to the opening of the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev. The event will be held on 30 June in the Tver region," - said the leading news release.
The delegation of the President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbai Zheenbekov left Moscow after the detection of coronavirus among its members, reported RIA of news in Embassy of the Republic of.
On Wednesday, the Kyrgyz leader did not participate in the Victory parade in Moscow in connection with the fact that two members of the Kyrgyz delegation showed COVID-19. As previously reported, according to the algorithm, the President, members of the delegation and accompanying persons on arrival in Moscow, passed the test for the coronavirus. At the head of foreign policy Department of the President's office Daniyar Sydykov and one security officer discovered a positive result. The President has decided to abstain from participation in the events dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Victory in the great Patriotic war. In its press-service noted that in this case part of the Kirghiz leader in the parade "would be evaluated as an irresponsible step in relation to those who participated in the events".