AKIPRESS.COM - A military contingent of the Armed Forces of Mongolia, who will participate in a military parade to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War, arrived in Moscow on June 14, Montsame reports.
After testing negative for coronavirus, Mongolian troops started training at a sanatorium at the Russian Ministry of Defense.
In May, President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin made a decision to hold the parade on June 24, instead of May 9 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In accordance with it, Minister of Defense of Russia Sergei Shoigu invited military contingent of the Armed Forces of Mongolia to take part in the Victory Day parade.
Military officers from 19 countries will participate in the Victory Day parade and the parade rehearsals are planned to take place on Red Square on June 17-20.