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Russia wants to see stable, peaceful future: Putin


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Moscow: Russia wants a stable and peaceful future, President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday, adding that any ideology of superiority is unacceptable.

The president congratulated Russians on the 78th anniversary of the World War Two victory day, and mentioned that today the civilization is at a “turning point.”

“Like the vast majority of people on the planet, we want to see a future of peace, freedom and stability,” Putin said that the victory parade, adding that “”Any ideology of superiority is inherently disgusting, criminal and deadly.”

Germany’s unconditional surrender entered into force at 23:01 on May 8 Central European Time. This specific time corresponded with 00:01 on 9 May in Moscow Time, and accordingly Russia celebrate the victory on May 9….

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