The head of Montenegro Filip Vujanovic won't arrive in the Russian capital on may 9 at a gala event in honor of the 70th anniversary, because it will be in the capital at a ceremony marking the end of the Second world war, said the press service of the Montenegrin leader.
As you can see from the message, the Central event in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Victory over fascism on may 9 in the capital, Podgorica, on the main Square of the Republic, RIA " Novosti ". The vujanovi? here to give a speech. In addition, events in connection with anniversary are planned in all municipalities of the country. For the celebration of a Coordinating Committee, which is headed by the vujanovi?.
remember, on 23 March, the head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation S. V. Lavrov called Montenegrin leader among those who have confirmed participation in the celebration of Victory Day in the Russian capital. Traditionally in the Russian capital for the anniversary celebrations on the occasion of the Victory over fascism involved the leaders of many countries. It was announced yesterday that the head of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic has decided to accept Russia's proposal on the participation of Serbian soldiers in the parade on red Square in the Russian capital on may 9. In addition, the military of South Ossetia also have the opportunity to participate in the Victory parade. On Sunday it was announced that the head of Vietnam Truong tan sang will attend the may 9 celebrations in red Square. on 4 April, the head of the Russian presidential administration Sergei Ivanov said that his participation at the celebrations confirmed 25 leaders of foreign countries and several international organizations. However, this year the head of some countries will not attend the festive event. So, to visit Moscow on may 9 did not want the U.S. President Barack Obama, Prime Minister Cameron D., head of the European Council Donald Tusk, President of Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Finland, as well as the premiere of the Netherlands and Norway. German Chancellor Angela Merkel also made the decision not to visit Moscow on may 9 To participate in the Victory parade. Media told that she does not want to " offend the Ukrainian government ". However in a press-service of the Chancellor stated that Merkel will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on may 10.