Putin praised the Victory day parade in Moscow
The organizers of the Victory parade in Moscow, and the soldiers tried heartily, said the President of Russia Vladimir Putin at a reception for foreign leaders who came to the parade.
After the parade and ceremony of laying a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Kremlin hosted a reception for heads of state, who became guests of the parade in honor of the 75th anniversary of Victory in the great Patriotic war. Transcript of the Russian President published on the Kremlin website.
He expressed confidence that "this solidarity that unites us, the togetherness, the worship of the holiday that was and still is one at all, in tune with the dreams and hopes of our veterans, everyone who approached our General welcome and a costly Victory."
The Russian leader thanked the foreign leaders who, "in spite of all the well-known difficult circumstances," came to Moscow on celebrations on the occasion of the anniversary of the Victory.