President of Russia Vladimir Putin said that the clash with the neo-Nazis supported by the NATO countries was inevitable. He made this statement speaking at the Victory Day military parade in Moscow.
“The NATO countries refused to hear us, they had absolutely different plans, the preparation of an attack against Crimea was ongoing, and everything suggested that a clash with the neo-Nazis would be inevitable,” the president said.
The 77th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War is celebrated this year. Over 200 events have been prepared in Moscow to celebrate this holiday. 11 thousand people and 131 military vehicles will participate in the Victory Parade. The aerial part of the parade was cancelled due to weather conditions.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency