"No one should have any doubt that there would be the Victory Day parade and the celebrations. I don’t know whether it will be on 9 May or later, but it will take place for sure," Peskov said in a televised interview.
According to the Kremlin spokesman, no decision to cancel the parade has been made by Russian President Vladimir Putin yet.
"So far, as of today, no decisions have been made to postpone the festivities, to postpone the Victory Day parade, or to postpone the Immortal Regiment [commemorative procession]. They [the decisions] will be made later, taking into consideration the development of the situation. Various options are being considered, which is understandable," Peskov said.
Russia celebrates Victory Day on 9 May — the anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany by Soviet forces in 1945. The festivities traditionally include a military parade on Moscow's Red Square.
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