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Victory Day online will be held in Chukotka

Victory Day online will be held in Chukotka
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, celebrations in honor of Victory Day in Chukotka will be held online. To take part in the large-scale action “Immortal Regiment” you need to go to the website of the same name, post a photo of your hero and fill out a questionnaire.

According to the district government, everyone can join the All-Russian action “Flags of Russia. May 9". To do this, you need to hang flags or St. George ribbons on the balconies and in the windows of their houses in solidarity with other participants.

Victory songs will be sounded in populated areas in the format of a radio journal, a minute of silence will be announced. All veterans will receive congratulations and holiday sets from volunteers, in the courtyards of the houses where they live, "front-line brigades" will perform. The holiday will end on May 9 at 22:00 with the All-Russian action “Victory Lanterns”, during which everyone can go to the window and light an impromptu lamp.

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