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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Putin on Victory day parade proposed to create a non-aligned security system

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at red square in front of the participants of the military parade in honor of the 71 th anniversary of the Victory in the great Patriotic war. The President congratulated the gathered and all Russians on the Victory Day and emphasized that cohesion and loyalty to the Motherland is Russia’s strength. He also expressed a willingness to begin to create a non-aligned security system in the world.

Vladimir Putin. The frame of a TV broadcast “Russia-1”.

Vladimir Putin noted at the outset that the may 9 holiday was “a symbol of the relationship of Russia and its people”. According to the President, Russia’s strength lies in the cohesion, devotion to the Motherland, confidence and dignity. Declaring a minute of silence, the President noted that may 9 is also public and very personal holiday, when I bow my head to the fallen.

After a minute of silence, the head of state noted that today the civilization is again faced with cruelty and violence, meaning terrorism as the main evil that is required to win. Putin noted that Russia is open to joint efforts with other States to fight this global threat.

GDP also stressed that world peace is not established by itself, and called unacceptable “pandering to those who Harbor criminal plans.”

Putin added that Russia “is ready to work on the creation of a modern non-aligned international security”.

At the end of his speech, the Russian leader said today’s generation of Russian officers and soldiers with dignity and honor defending the interests of the country and today’s veterans are proud of their grandchildren and great-grandchildren. “They do not fail, and will always keep eyes on the great Victory, a feat the valiant generation of winners”, – said the President.

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