[000:00:00;00] i know no. russian logs the seventy fourth anniversary of the end of the second world war as the massive crowds marched through central moscow in a tribute to their loved ones who lived through and perished in the conflict you can see live pictures of all the old mean red square with fireworks about to go off this is the end of the commemoration all victory day here live pictures on your screen. from the right time to sage there this
morning with more than thirteen thousand troops and dozens of all my vehicles passing through the iconic site. in other news this thursday iran says its nuclear deal al to make some full swing european leaders to maneuver between tehran and washington to save the historic twenty fifteen it means. it's ten o'clock here in moscow and you're watching international live from a studio with me in india today where all of all big stories of the day but first we start with all special victory day coverage you can see behind me fire was going off very well welcome to the program big day it is drawing to a close as you can see and at least here in the russian capital the capital and now that the nightfall of the come rain come on ration with wild world displays in
dozens of cities nationwide in moscow there's no shortage of. he says to round off friends with fireworks being set off from as many as sixteen different locations across the capital it marks the culmination of a day of high emotion and national pride so the iconic military parade on red square and around seven hundred thousand people in tribute to last wartime loved ones known as the mortal regiment and we hope you've been able to share with us besides the stories and spectacle that is today and you can still see the parade and of the highlights online at all today on our you tube channel next year promises to be something special when russia will mark the milestone a seventy fifth victory day commemorations will be there will be there and we hope
you will be. what not so long ago was a local grass roots tradition in a siberian city is now a victory day event held across russia and far beyond the immortal regiment of march these people were called in portraits of their relatives who went through the war this year i reported seven hundred thousand turned out in moscow to remember the sacrifices made almost every family in the soviet union was affected by the great patriotic war from losing loved ones in the fighting to ensuring imaginable conditions just to stay alive a correspondent stan hawkins and join the crowds marching in moscow. nothing
unites this country more than the immortal. regiment march those who say that this victory parade is just saber rattling displays of military martin simulation tell you to be here i'm coming have a look at this because this is very much hard to describe the crowd of people is just absolutely analysts those records broken last year every year in fact since this parade has gone on and it is just in comparable to anything one has ever seen as the biggest to my knowledge remembrance a vent in russia in the world nothing quite like it all of this sort we have to stop guess why because there are just so many people and there is police here around and around me they have to direct the flow of the crowd because it is just so immense every time i see this i just don't understand when the flow of the crowd is going to stop it's endless it always it can never stop surprising
you and this is why the mortal regiment march in the capital of russia is so important people bearing photographs portrayed scouring medals all of those who for many if you died in the war behind each one is a story no family left untouched when people print this portraits out when people flick through the family archives when there is the grandchildren great grandchildren great great grandchildren look at all of that they just can't help wondering what's the what's the story behind all these portraits this is how families unite all litteral people here over all generations of all colors creeds and races i've seen flags here from kazakhstan kids. moldova and it's also interesting how you know it's generations my mother cried when i talked to her on the phone about an hour ago this is her grandfather and what i'm doing
right now is very special for my family because three years. go by may i promise to my family that for four consecutive victory days i'm going to carry the portraits of all my great grandfathers all four for the immortal regiment march and bob of move on here he is this man completes the choir ted so i'm happy to tell you that i kept my promise and this is why it's so heartwarming in some way or another some came back from the front some did not one person who did not was my great grandfather could do small to gulu who died in ninety two to defending stalin but that was one of the key battles of the great patriotic war as it's called here in russia we did a little bit of digging around in family background family history and we found out that after the he separated from his family just before the war he actually as part of his new family hired
a son my grandson my grandmother's half brother and they to this day had never met now both in their eighty's i thought what better way to pay tribute to could boost his memory to all his sacrifice we bought my grandmother and a half brother long lost from russia and from latvia on the lot of mates together here this is what happened. to. the city to his liking for forward for for nothing.
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red army over one million one hundred thirty thousand soldiers germany's losses were even higher on losing the battle the nazi leadership declared a day of national mourning many historians see that by. starland grad as a watershed moment and one that dramatically altered the course of the war. even now harrowing reminders of the trauma inflicted by the war. is a letter that was uncovered with the remains of two soviet soldiers it never made it home. i was still in the collab each dig in and the last one left i've been injured and will not last long.
but i will stay here i will die when i refused to give in to the enemy tell my wife that i was defending the motherland. we will win no matter what. the venture my comrades. the victory parade on red square has for more than twenty years been a signature element of the celebrations on may the ninth watched by millions and attended by think entries in v.i.p.'s and most importantly russia's
this site up excitement just. during the break so. our. first victory parade was held on the twenty fourth of june nine hundred forty five just over a month off to nazi germany's defeat during the soviet era the next on a patients were held on the twentieth on the fortieth anniversary of the victory since one thousand nine hundred five and then
a tree parades have been held annually. over the last few weeks in the build up to the day we've brought you many touching stories like ninety four year old veteran anna who joined the resistance straight after graduating from school becoming a front line scout she sustained injuries that prevented her from having children later in life her husband died a few years ago so now she's all alone and also people to send her letters and postcards to mark victory day and the. response it seems has been overwhelming. pushes the deceased's the book and he just threw it at the beginning years ago under the rumor that the agency would see at the. beginning that c.b.s. reversing its own for the silliest at least it is the feature this week was that it
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for twenty fifteen. dream and need surgery. from the very beginning france has been committed to the deal that was negotiated and signed the deal is no sufficient we would like to take into account iran's missile activities the e.u. has released a statement saying that it strongly urge is iran to continue to implement its commitments as it has done until now it also says it rejects any ultimatums from tehran and says that it will assess iran's compliance with the deal washington has already imposed fresh sanctions on tehran trump reiterated his need for a fresh deal a fair deal as he called it and his secretary of state mike pompei o said that it's a ron that's violating international norms the iranian regime's announcement that it intends to expand its nuclear program is in defiance of international norms and
a blatant attempt to hold the world hostage because threat to renew nucular work that could shorten the time to develop a nuclear weapon on the schools the continuing challenge the iranian regime poses to peace and security worldwide well that was pompei or is a response to terrans an announcement yesterday that it too would withdraw from certain parts of the iranian nuclear deal saying that china and russia had sixty days to protect iran's oil and banking sector from u.s. sanctions all this threatens to rival what really was an agreement a diplomatic agreement of historic proportions and twenty fifteen the obama administration the e.u. russia china and iran finally signed this historic deal that had taken years of negotiation but it led to iran holding its nuclear weapons production in exchange for the easing of sanctions i hear the trumpet ministration pulled out of the deal
. the mantra over the past year has been of maximum pressure on iran and the europeans have been trying to mitigate this situation throughout the past year and although the u.s. has sort of thrown in the towel the americans on just punishing iran with the economic sanctions they are doing what so called these secondary sanctions that means they're threatening to target any foreign companies that deal with tehran and guess which side many multinationals are choosing europe's tried all sorts of complicated mechanisms to circumvent the new reality there is a system called instead that's not yet operational but they're trying to kind of block the sanctions from european companies that are still up holding their side of the deal but really this deal has taken a big hit the net result is that tehran says that all they've had from europe for the past year has been more also poll the fact that europe's in the middle of it
was felt most keenly i think in the u.k. yesterday it really was rather awkward because the u.s. secretary of state might pompei was in london on a visit visiting his u.k. counterpart jeremy hunt and jeremy hunt was asked flat out whose side are you on anyway take a listen to his response if they break the deal then there will be consequences in terms of european we aren't so we. very long going home before the break we're working together to push back against that to your question about whose side are you on. this is a parlor game that gets played on the same side when the side of europe it was the u.s. that unilaterally pulled out of this agreement now over a year ago if it even if you listen to the opinion of the un it says iran has been complying with the terms of the deal so you've got the us upping the ante. he with
yet more sanctions on iran saying well we're going to give you sixty days or we stop complying on our side so both sides becoming increasingly polarized and you have your up some bang in the middle of it all. the second world war monument in chicago is igniting passions it was erected by the lithuanian community which says it honors a war hero and resistance fighter but a leading jewish human rights organization says he was also a nazi collaborator the ceremony honoring adolphus rahman ask us that was held just days after victims of the holocaust were collaborators around the world the little indian foreign minister also took part in the unveiling of the long island lutheran it considers the role of roman askers our national hero and maintained its we did not collaborate with the nazis under the code name. was a prominent part as in in lithuania he opposed the soviet of ministration during
and after the second world war although there's no solid proof that he himself killed anyone when the country was occupied by the nazis the simón v. centile center believes he led a gang of local vigilantes which persecuted the jewish community director from things the monument is an insult to the victims of the war. it's basically spitting in the face of holocaust survivors of the jewish community of any person with any morality who expects a member of the e.u. to preserve certain values and i can promise you that i don't mean people who are collaborators with nazis is not one of the values of the european union or any other normal organization there's no evidence on the other hand because some self killed anybody but the gang that he headed was actively involved in persecution from the top and that the soviet union crumbled there's been a very systematic attempt to rewrite the narrative of world war two and the
holocaust the trying to hide the role played in the holocaust by local collaborators in that respect you have to keep in mind that only in eastern europe did collaboration with the nazis include active participation in mass murder chicago officials say yet to comment on the monument we spent to rabbi it said friedman joint and rally in new york against what he calls praising kelis he says he'll appeal to conquest to put pressure on lithuania. public outcry so i can help and contact the members of congress as we're going to do in this case and i want to make that clear that's the next step lobby members of congress it doesn't happen overnight to put pressure on them to win it to speak to representatives of the jewish community to tell them don't go to lithuania until they correct this travesty why began to lithuania where they're honoring the murder of thousands and thousands of people so it's going to take time but that's going to happen so it was
with that in mind we decided to begin the process with the rally being the first step and the plan to follow up with the other steps and we would hope that at some point you know the good people went away and you know what i'm going to start saying why are we honoring a guy that killed lithuanians because of people they killed were lithuanians they happen to be of the jewish faith so why we are going to guy is this the best we have can we find a guy that we should honor as being a lithuanian euro that was not murdering lithuanians of the jewish trait to have any faith i think that's a question they should be asking. we'll be back in around thirty minutes time with more top stories and of course continue with our special coverage of victory day so
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