President Igor Dodon Will Participate at Victory Day Parade in Moscow

President Igor Dodon Will Participate at Victory Day Parade in Moscow
31 May 2020 | 12:51

President Igor Dodon says he will participate at Victory Day parade in the Moscow set for June 24. Dodon doesn’t know how much the trip will cost, but he stated that usually, the Russain part covers the costs of the trip. 

Dodon will participate at the Victory Day parade in Moscow set for June 24. Dodon said that organizing a parade in a time of pandemic is the right decision. 

“I think this is the right decision. May 9 is Victory Day. This year we celebrate 75 years from the end of the Second World War. He who does not respect the past has no future. If the parade is organized on June 24, I will definitely attend the event said the president.

Dodon stated that he doesn’t know how much the trip will cost, but he mentioned that the Russian part covers the trips. 

Dodon was also asked if he will stay in quarantine for 14 days after his alleged trip to Moscow. Dodon claimed that the quarantine isn’t mandatory. Dodon mentioned that the decision of the National Public Health Commission provided that self-isolation was not mandatory in the case of business travel.

Vladimir Putin decided to postpone the Victory Day parade for June 24, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Currently, Russia has around 400,000 cases of coronavirus and continues to report thousands of new cases daily. 

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