Morning of everlasting glory

[b]Over a million people participate in celebrating 65th anniversary of Victory in Belarus[/b]The Belarusian President has joined the representatives of state authorities and international and public organisations, the diplomatic corps of foreign states, veterans of the Great Patriotic War and honorary guests in celebrations in Minsk. About 350,000 watched the solemn parade near the Minsk — Hero-City Monument, including Minskers, guests of the capital, Belarus-accredited diplomats and those from international organisations.
Over a million people participate in celebrating 65th anniversary of Victory in Belarus

The Belarusian President has joined the representatives of state authorities and international and public organisations, the diplomatic corps of foreign states, veterans of the Great Patriotic War and honorary guests in celebrations in Minsk. About 350,000 watched the solemn parade near the Minsk — Hero-City Monument, including Minskers, guests of the capital, Belarus-accredited diplomats and those from international organisations.
Addressing those present, President Alexander Lukashenko noted that the dedication and courage of those who survived the most terrible ordeals and won the cruellest war of the last century will always live in our memory. “The meaning of the Victory for all humankind is timeless. It’s become a symbol of the triumph of life over death, freedom over slavery, and humanism over racism. It embodies fair retribution for aggression and violence and has long served to condemn wild ambitions and ideas of world domination,” the Belarusian Head of State stressed.
Mr. Lukashenko also demanded that the revision of history and distortion of the truth about the war end. Many countries took part in fighting the aggressor. However, the historic truth is that the key role in the anti-fascist struggle belongs to the Soviet Union. It was the force that reversed the course of WWII, predetermined its outcome and shaped the future not only of our Motherland but of the whole international community.
According to the President, the most important aspect of the Victory is the strong fraternity of the Soviet people of various nationalities. This is why May 9th is a common holiday for Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and all the members of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
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