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The founder of Pink Floyd urged not to forget that the Soviet Union defeated the Nazis

British rock musician Roger waters, one of the founders of Pink Floyd urged the West not to forget about the key contribution of the Soviet Union in the defeat of Nazi Germany.

"We pay too little attention to the fact that the Russians defeated the Nazis and won world war II for the rest of the world. Not the brave British or come to the aid of North Atlantic powers, namely the Russian people have brought the greatest sacrifice to stop the Nazis and defeat them," he said in an interview with RT.

Waters said that Western countries must always remember that, especially when you speak negatively about Russia and "shake" in front of her weapon.

The musician also called anti-Russian sentiment in some countries, "a perfect madness".

This year the parade is timed to the 75-anniversary of the Victory, because of the pandemic coronavirus postponed to June 24. In it participated more than 14 thousand soldiers. In addition to Russia, the red square were soldiers of the Armed forces of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, India, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.