Russian cosmonauts from the ISS thanked the war veterans
Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and John Wagner aboard the International space station, thanked for the Victory of the great Patriotic war veterans and participants of the historic parade in 1945 on red square, a video posted on the website of Roskosmos.
"Addressing the war heroes and participants of the parade in 1945, we want to say: we remember, we are proud of, thank you for the Victory," Wagner said in the video.
"Exactly 75 years ago, June 24, the Soviet victorious warrior and military equipment passed through the main square of our country, marking the long awaited end of the great Patriotic war and the Victory of the Soviet people," said Ivanishin.
According to Wagner, the Victory parade held in Moscow on Wednesday, is not only a symbol of careful attitude to the past and fighting merit of the Fatherland, but also with pride for the glorious combat traditions of the Russian army and demonstration of advanced technologies.
Astronauts also congratulated the Russians on the anniversary parade in 1945.
Now for the ISS in addition to Hall and Wagner are working us astronauts Christopher Cassidy, Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken.