Congratulation of Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev on Victory Day and Sevastopol Liberation Day
Dear Sevastopol residents, dear veterans!
I heartily congratulate you on the 78th anniversary of the Victory and the 79th anniversary of the liberation of Sevastopol.
The legendary Sevastopol, where the war affected every family, the Hero City, which held a 250-day defense, like no one else knows the price of freedom, the opportunity to live, develop and build the future.
The example of courage and heroism of the defenders of Sevastopol has been a moral guide all these years. Their great feat, courage and will to win, their readiness to give their lives for it without hesitation determined the values of the Sevastopol people for decades. The memory of the heroes of the Great Patriotic War gave strength and confidence both in the Russian spring and now during the special military operation.
Hitler said that the Crimea should be liberated from all strangers and populated by the Germans, but in the end he got hit in the teeth by the Red Army.
Less than a hundred years later, a demented dictator from Ukraine, whose people themselves suffered during the Great Patriotic War, makes similar statements: “Crimea will be Ukrainian or deserted” — such horror stories the Ukronazis are trying to intimidate us.
In memory of all the heroes of the Great Patriotic War, of every innocent life ruined by the Nazis, in the name of the future of our children, we will not allow fascism on the holy land of Sevastopol, on the land of Donbass, in Russia and throughout the world.
Paying tribute to the memory of the generation of winners, our hearts today are with the Russian army, and our thoughts are about the future Victory for the glory of the Motherland!
Happy holiday! Happy Victory Day!
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