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Immortal regiment action to happen in Marseille and Fréjus

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Immortal regiment action to happen in Marseille and Fréjus

More and more compatriots and locals join the Immortal Regiment movement in France. This year the action will be conducted in Marseille for the first time, RIA Novosti reports. According to organizers one year ago the action was not allowed by the city government due to the security reasons. There will be gathering on one of the main squares of the city, next to soldiers who died in WW2 monument.

Fréjus inhabitants are going to take part in this action for the first time. It is initiated by the Provence Russophile club. A concert and festive table, film on WW2 veterans are planned after the action.

Strasbourg will participate in the action for the second time. At least 1000 people are to participate in the parade with the military band. More than dozen associations will take part in organizing activities. There will be other activities like concert, field kitchen, photography exhibitions.

French capital celebrates WW2 Victory with Immortal Regiment for the 3d time. The procession will start with the commemorative rally on the Place de la République, and finish with a floral offering to the Soviet partisans' monument at the Père Lachaise Cemetery.

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