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RBC: the Kremlin decided to postpone the parade on May 9

RBC: the Kremlin decided to postpone the parade on May 9
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The federal authorities decided to postpone the Victory Day parade on May 9th. I will take measures because of restrictive measures in connection with the coronavirus.

The plans of the authorities are reported RBC with reference to sources close to the presidential administration and the Ministry of Defense. Officially, according to the publication, the authorities plan to inform about the postponement of the parade before the end of this week.

At the same time, on April 15, three organizations uniting war veterans asked the president to postpone the Victory Day parade to a later date. Earlier, RBC sources close to the Kremlin and the Ministry of Defense reported that options for holding a parade without spectators and its transfer to early September are being considered.

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