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Russia supports a Venezuelan people determining their own future via political dialogue within the Montevideo Mechanism framework.

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Over one million Russians of all ages took to the streets to commemorate "The Victory Day", which is celebrated on May 9 to mark the defeat of the Nazi army during World War II. Carried out for the first time in 1965, this holiday takes place in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and most of the former Soviet republics.

Although this celebration was discontinued after the fall of the Belin Wall in 1989, the tradition was resumed in 1995 through several civil parades in the Red Square in Moscow. Since 2005, the festivities once again included military parades in which veterans and young soldiers place flowers at the Unknown Soldier Tomb.

In this year's Moscow celebrations, Russian President Vladimir Putin carried his father portrait while he participated in the "Immortal Regiment March", an event in which thousands of people remember those who fought or died in the "Great Patriotic War of the Soviet Union."

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Moscow said the measures are excessive since Cuba has repeatedly expressed readiness to resolve existing contradictions with the United States regarding bilateral issues.

Western countries, Naryshkin highlighted, "are tearing Venezuela apart cynically and following the same patterns as in Libya and Syria. The U.S. retakes the Monroe Doctrine."

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Kim stated to Russia’s state-owned Rossiya-24 that he was hoping for a “successful and useful” visit with Putin.

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov pointed out that the U.S. had "dusted off the notorious Monroe Doctrine" to threaten countries like Venezuela.

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North Korea's Kim Jung Un has entered Russia for the first time since becoming the Supreme Leader in 2011.  

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The Russian ministry representative cited the United States’ warmongering as "an act of overt aggression against a sovereign state.

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The Russian Parliament passed a law to develop a web infrastructure not vulnerable to cyber attacks from abroad.

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