The parade in honor of the Day of the end of World War II was held on Sakhalin
3 September 2020, 10:04
Over 800 servicemen and representatives of law enforcement agencies took part in the parade in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk in honor of the Day of the End of World War II.

September 3, the day of the end of World War II in 1945, smart calculations went on the Victory Square to the memorial to the soldiers of the Great Patriotic War, there is a solemn wreath-laying ceremony, reports Interfax.

Of the 800 people who took part in the parade, more than half were servicemen of the army corps of the Air Defense Forces, about 80 members of the Yunarmiya movement, 80 students of the cadet school and over 200 representatives of other law enforcement agencies.

Recall that following the results of the USSR's participation in the war in the Far East, the southern part of Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands returned to Japan in 1875 and 1905 returned to the Soviet Union. The Sakhalin Region, within its present-day borders, was formed in 1947.