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Victory Day Parade Day May Be Weekend

Victory Day Parade Day May Be Weekend
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The Kremlin did not rule out that on June 24, the day of the Victory Parade in Russia will be declared a day off. The press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov informed about this possibility.

According to RIA News, Peskov commented that he was not yet ready to give an answer to the question about the day off, but it suggests this with a high degree of probability. Almost a month remains before the event, the situation with COVID-19 may change both in the capital and in the regions, in accordance with this, the authorities will make adjustments to the existing restrictions.

Earlier, head of state Vladimir Putin ordered the preparations to begin at the Victory Parade, which did not take place on May 9 due to the threat of the coronavirus. The event will take place on June 24, the procession of the immortal regiment - July 26.
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