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Another European leader refuses to attend Victory Day parade in Moscow

President of Hungary Janos Ader will not go to the Victory Parade in Moscow.

Janos Ader

The country's ambassador to Russia will represent Hungary at the celebrations in Moscow, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to the administration of the Hungarian presidency. "In 2015, in the May Day events to be held in Moscow in the Russian Federation, Hungary will be represented by Hungarian Ambassador accredited in accordance with the recommendation of the European Commission," the statement says.

It should be recalled that on Saturday, April 18, it became known that Lukashenko would not attend the May 9 parade in Moscow. This year, almost all European leaders refused to attend this "obsession by victory". Such world leaders as U.S. President Barack Obama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister David Cameron, President of the European Council Donald Tusk, the presidents of Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Georgia, Bulgaria and others will not come to the parade.

However, it is expected that the parade will be attended by President Raul Castro.