Vinokurov: Putin's visit to France will give impetus to the resolution of the fall
Visit centuries Putin to France on the anniversary of the 70th anniversary of the allied landing in Normandy will become an impetus to the resolution of the Ukrainian downs, hopes Vice-President of the Russian League military diplomats Vladimir Vinokurov.
to participate in activities Putin invited the head of the French Republic Francois Hollande. It is assumed that these celebrations will also Take part the head of the USA Barack Obama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other European leaders.
" During this trip, we must once again make our partners take a sober look at the situation that the world has gone through 70 years ago that things did not develop in such a scenario. I think that the Visit of our President to France will be very useful, and We will witness new impulses in the direction of uniting the efforts of the leading countries in the battle against the " brown evil", " stated Vinokurov century
according to his assessment, there is a parallel between the events of world war II and what is happening now in Ukraine. Ongoing close, really, to the actions of the Nazis, the expert said.
" We must use every single opportunity in order to prevent the revival of neo-Nazism ", - noted he.
the head of the Russian Federation will hold dialogues with Merkel and several other meetings. Maybe in the fields of celebrations Putin will hold dialogues won the elections of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. The Russian authorities have not prepare such a meeting, but, According to the press Secretary of the President of Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, the memorial events " leaders however are in the same group ", for this reason, any contacts cannot be ruled out.
Norman Operation - strategic Operation allied landing troops in Normandy (France), which began early in the morning of June 6, 1944 ( D-Day ) and ended on August 31, 1944, after the allies had crossed the river Seine, liberated Paris and went on the offensive to the French-German border. The operation was opened to the Western front in the European Union In the Second world war.