Home > President Putin lays flowers on Red Square for national Unity Day

News
President Putin lays flowers on Red Square for national Unity Day

Description

Russian president Vladimir Putin lays flowers at the monument to Minin and Pozharsky on Moscow's Red Square to mark national Unity Day during a ceremony with the country's religious leaders, including the country's Jewish and Muslim representatives. The holiday marks the expulsion of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth forces from Moscow in 1612.

Added on the 04/11/2023 17:21:01 - Copyright : AFP EN

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Putin lays flowers for Russia's National Unity Day

    Russian President Vladimir Putin lays flowers at a memorial on Red Square on National Unity Day and poses for a selfie with youth supporters. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

    04/11/2015 - Reuters EN
  • Russia's Putin lays flowers on National Unity Day

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and the country's religious leaders lay flowers at a memorial on Red Square for National Unity Day. Rough Cut (no reporter narration0).

    04/11/2016 - Reuters EN
  • Putin lays flowers to mark Russia's Unity Day

    Russian President Vladimir Putin lays flowers at the Monument to Minin and Pozharsky on Moscow's Red Square to mark the country's Day of People's Unity. The national holiday marks the expulsion of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth forces from Moscow in 1612. IMAGES

    04/11/2022 - AFPTV - First images
  • How Long Could You Survive On Only a Pound of Bread Per Day?

    The Siege of Leningrad has become a symbol of the endurance of the Soviet people. They were fully surrounded by Nazi forces in 1941 when the city's last road connection was severed. After 872 days of bombings, starvation, and extreme cold, the siege was finally lifted, but up to 1.5 million lives were lost. People trapped in the city had to live off of one pound of bread per day. Can you imagine that?

    10/05/2017 - RT Ruptly EN
  • 27 Million Soviet Citizen WWII Deaths Put in Perspective

    Can you imagine 27 million of anything? The saying goes that every family in the Soviet Union lost at least one person in WWII, or what's known in Russia as the Great Patriotic War. Some families were completely wiped out. More than 27 million Soviet citizens died, people gave everything to save their homeland. 27 million is a vast, unfathomable number, so we tried to put it into perspective.

    10/05/2017 - RT Ruptly EN
  • Soviet Veterans Recount the Day the War Began

    Every family in the Soviet Union lost at least one person in the war. More than 26 million people died, in what's known in Russia as the Great Patriotic War. Some of those who faced the terror shared their memories of the day that the war began and how they sent their fathers to the front. Here are two personal accounts of tragic loss during WWII.

    10/05/2017 - RT Ruptly EN

More videosNews

Watch video of  - DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12 - Label : Economie wallonne -
News

DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12

29/04/2021 12:55:32