Victory parade canceled in DPR due to threat of shelling

The DPR said that with a large crowd of people there is a threat of shelling. The authorities of the republic plan to hold the Victory Parade and the procession of the Immortal Regiment “after reaching the constitutional borders”

The Victory Parade and the procession of the Immortal Regiment will not be held in the Donetsk People's Republic on May 9, said the head of the DPR Denis Pushilin.< /p>

“A difficult decision has been made: we will hold a Victory Parade after our complete victory and the DPR’s entry into the constitutional borders,” — he said.

According to Pushilin, the decision to postpone the parade is primarily due to security. “The enemy is not only able to fire on a large crowd of people, he will definitely fire if he has such an opportunity. As for the Immortal Regiment, this question is, shall we say, more prosaic. Because much more people come out to it [than to the Victory Parade], »,— said the head of the DPR (quote from Interfax).

Two days earlier, the decision to cancel the May 9 Victory Parade was also announced in the unrecognized republic of Transnistria, which borders Ukraine. According to the head of Transnistria, Vadim Krasnoselsky, “a mass gathering of citizens centrally organized in individual locations” was unsafe.

He stated this after a series of armed attacks on civilian and military infrastructure that have been taking place over the past few days. In particular, in Tiraspol, the building of the Ministry of State Security was fired from a grenade launcher. The government of Transnistria has declared a red level of terrorist threat in the republic. According to Moldovan President Maia Sandu, the events in the unrecognized republic are connected with “various forces within Transnistria” who want to destabilize the situation.

At the same time, they are going to hold a procession of the Immortal Regiment in Mariupol on May 9, this was reported in the new city administration appointed by Pushilin. The fighting in this city has been going on almost from the very beginning of the special operation. On April 6, Pushilin appointed a former city council deputy from the Opposition Platform party as the new mayor of Mariupol. For life» Konstantin Ivashchenko. Viktoria Kalacheva became deputy mayor from the same party.

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