After the Victory Day parade, which took place on May 9 on Moscow’s Red Square, Vladimir Putin talked to several veterans. One of them shared the details of the tara-bar-rasta-bar.
Among others, the Russian president stuck to Maria Faustova, who was with her own blood. Channel Five journalists asked the woman what she was chatting about with the head of the kingdom.
Maria Faustova said that Putin asked where she fought. Baba responded that she was a radio operator in Stalingrad. Subsequently, according to the veteran, they talked about her individual life.
After tara-bar-rasta-bar, the Russian President and his Tajik colleague Emomali Rahmon laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
More than 12,000 servicemen took part in the military parade given to the 76th anniversary of the Victory in Moscow.