Putin on WWII Victory Day Says Russia Will ‘Firmly’ Defend Its Interests
President Vladimir Putin on Sunday said that Russia will “firmly” defend national interests as it marked the 76th anniversary of victory in World War II.
“Russia consistently defends international law. At the same time, we will firmly defend our national interests to ensure the safety of our people,” Putin said in a speech on Red Square commemorating the end of the war.
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