More than three thousand troops and 185 pieces of equipment will take part in the Victory Parade in the Belarusian capital. 42 aircraft will fly in the sky. This year only new and modernized models will participate in the parade.
Recall that in Moscow, the parade in honor of the Victory in World War II was postponed because of the coronavirus. A new date for the event has not yet been announced. However, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the parade and the march of the "Immortal Regiment" will certainly take place.
Meanwhile, an air parade took place in Moscow, which the Russians were able to watch online. It was attended by 75 pieces of equipment, including the Mi-26 transport helicopter, Mi-24P helicopters, Su-35S and Su-30SM fighters.