The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko tried to pry the Russian “blue berets” and telling than the celebration of Day of airborne troops in the Square different from how this day is being held in Russia.
The head of state was born in 1965 in Bolgrad town in Odessa region. At that time it was based airborne division. “For us it was an honor to meet a marine, he’ll put you in your blue beret and you dreamed, as you will become someday a member of the airborne infantry,” — said Poroshenko.
Congratulating the servicemen on their professional holiday, the President said that Ukrainian troops “don’t swimming in the fountains, and to defend the Motherland”. “This day, at the same time is memorial day. Many of them will be on the graves of the fallen battle brothers, giving them honor and respect,” — said Poroshenko.
Presenting derzhavni nagaradi cluch from apartments viyskovim paratroopers, that was sajidali teritoralna Clint Ukraine pic.twitter.com/BpaEniUduc
Note that Russian “blue berets” today celebrate the Day of airborne troops. Media reported that some Russian cities on this occasion, turned off the fountains, but officials insist that this has nothing to do with the mass celebrations of the paratroopers.
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