Coronavirus pandemic: Kremlin responds to veterans request to move parade via COVID-19 – UNN News


KIEV. April 15. UNN. A spokesman for Russian President Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin would consider asking veterans to move the Victory Parade in Moscow to a later date via a coronavirus. About it reports the federal agency TASS, transfers UNN.

“This appeal will be considered,” replied Peskov.

On April 15, Russian veteran organizations wrote an appeal to Vladimir Putin, asking him to transfer the Victory Parade through a coronavirus. The letter stated, in particular, that the head of state must make a “difficult but fair decision” so that the parade would not be a threat but “truly a triumph of peace and security for all its participants.”

Earlier, it became known that the Kremlin and the Russian Defense Ministry were considering alternative scenarios for the parade.

We will also add that at the moment in the Russian Federation COVID-19 infected 24 490 people, 198 of them – were killed.


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