Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold the power as Russia’s leader in Kremlin until 2036

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday signed a law permitting him to run for two more presidential terms, possibly clutch power until 2036, a move that formalizes constitutional changes embraced in a vote a year ago. The July 1 constitutional vote incorporated a provision that reset Vladimir Putin’s past term limits, allowing him to run… Continue reading Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold the power as Russia’s leader in Kremlin until 2036

Navy Day 2020 Celebration in Russia

Navy Day in Russia is celebrated on the last Sunday of July. This holiday started in the Soviet Union. Russian Navy Day 2020 falls on Sunday, July 26. Russia is honoring its annual Navy Day with a significant military parade in St. Petersburg, including around 200 warships of different classes in the event as indicated… Continue reading Navy Day 2020 Celebration in Russia

How Russia will celebrate Victory Day 2020

Russia and a handful of previous Soviet Union republics celebrate Victory Day on May 9th, which denotes the day after Nazi Germany gave up and Soviet forces took responsibility for Berlin, bringing the second world war (additionally referred to as ‘The Great Patriotic War’ in Russia) in Europe to an end. Victory Day is a… Continue reading How Russia will celebrate Victory Day 2020