Russian Victory Day 2022 in full: Military parade in Moscow as Putin delivers speech
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Vladimir Putin is “mirroring” the fascism of Nazi Germany, Ben Wallace will say on Monday - as the Russian president holds a massive military parade to galvanise his war effort
Russia’s “doomsday plane” designed to protect Vladimir Putin in the event of a nuclear attack will make its first appearance in a decade at Moscow’s Victory Day parade
Western officials say Putin could use his speech on Victory Day to expand the offensive in Ukraine and refer to it for the first time as a “war”, instead of the widely-ridiculed “special military operation”
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