Igor Konashenkov says ministry of defense has no decision on changing the date and format of the Victory parade are being considered, according to Russian defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov.
According to him, another parade training was held on April 1, the website reports KP.RU at the same time, “unprecedented prevention measures” are taken with all participants of the parade to avoid diseases of the personnel. To do this, each participant of the parade is measured temperature three times a day.
Konashenkov also noted that people “are eager to take part in this historical event.” To do this, they train “to the seventh sweat”. Prior to this, RBC reported that the Kremlin, as well as the Ministry of national defense, are looking for alternative options for holding the Victory parade in the context of a coronavirus pandemic.
In particular, they are discussing options for holding a parade without spectators and moving the celebrations to a later date.