“Show” i madh forcash ushtarake në Rusi, Putin paralajmëron botën: Paqja është shumë e brishtë

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Vladimir Putin, tha se paqja në botë është shumë e brishtë teksa shteti rus është në vigjilje të paradës ushtarake që përkon me fitoren ndaj gjermanëve nazistë në Luftën e Dytë Botërore.
Rusia tregoi disa nga armaturat e saj më moderne të cilat do t’i paraqesë sivjet në Sheshin e Kuq në paradën e përvitshme “Dita e Fitores” në Moskë.
Presidentit rus iu bashkuan zyrtarë të huaj përfshirë kryeministrin izraelit Benjamin Netanjahu apo Presidentin serb Aleksandar Vucic.
Në një fjalim në këtë ngjarje solemne, Putin paralajmëroi: “Njerëzimi duhet ta kuptojë se paqja në botë është shumë e brishtë. Rusia është e hapur për dialog në të gjitha aspektet për sigurinë globale”.
Në paradën e përvitshme do të kujtohen miliona ushtarë e civilë rusë që humbën jetën në Luftën e Dytë Botërore.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on the far left and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu watch the Victory Day military paradeRussia is marking the 73rd anniversary of the Soviet Union's defeat over Nazi Germany in the Second World War Tigr-M multipurpose infantry mobility vehicle and S-24 Yars mobile intercontinental ballistic missile launchers roll down Moscow's Red SquareA tank taking part in the commemorations in Volgograd to mark the Soviet Union's victoryA World War II era T-34 tank drives past the assembled crowds during in the Victory Day parade in VolgogradRussian policewomen dressed in Soviet Army styled uniforms take part in the Victory Day parade in VolgogradMikoyan MiG-31 interceptor aircraft fly in formation over Red Square during the parade Russia's MiG-29 jet fighters of the Strizhi aerobatic team and Su-30 jet fighters of the Russkiye Vityazi aerobatic team The parade has traditionally been an opportunity for Russia to display its military hardware, such as these Msta-S self-propelled tracked howitzersSome of the 13,000 Russian service personnel who took part in the parade The parade marched across Red Square as President Putin watched from close to Lenin's mausoleumServicemen carry a Russian national flag and Victory Banner as they march in Red Square to the accompaniment of a military band Much of the equipment on display has recently been put to the test in Syria A Mil Mi-26 heavy transport helicopter and Mil Mi-8 combat helicopters flying in formation Russian National Guard officers taking part in the commemorations to mark the Soviet Union's victory in the Second World War Russian snipers kept a watchful eye on proceedings from the area around Red Square A Patrul armoured vehicle with a soldier sitting on top races down Red Square Members of Yunarmiya youth military organisation also took part in the parade Patrul (front) and Ural armoured vehicles roll down Moscow's Red SquareRussian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu makes the sign of the cross at the start of the proceedings Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu salutes as he rides in an open top car past the assembled troops Guest invited to the commemorations sit at the side of Red Square with St Basil's Cathedral in the background Vladimir Putin is joined by Benjamin Netanyahu and Aleksandar Vucic as they lay carnations at a memorial to the dead Russian troops responded to Putin's speech with a traditional shout of 'hurrah'A girl in an army uniform stands in Red Square front of a military band A veteran of what the Russians call the Great Patriot War embraces a girl. There are 1.6 million people alive in Russia who are veterans of World War II Russian sailors were also among the thousands of personnel marking the victory over Hitler