Cameron and Merkel will not visit Moscow on May 9
 Tbilisi 11:51 - 13.03.15 «GHN»
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The Prime Minister of Great Britain David Cameron is not going to participate in the military parade dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the victory in World War II. The statement was made by the representative of the Premier with the help of diplomatic reason, reports GHN.
"In Moscow the celebration is going to be held in two days after the end of elections in Britain, that makes less possible the participation of Cameron in this celebration, even in the case if the situation will be warmed up," stated the representative of the Premier.
During last time the relations between Moscow and London get worse that is connected to the military participation of Russia is Ukraine conflict.
Also the Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel is not going to participate in the celebration events in Moscow.
With the statement of the representative of Merkel on the Red Square on May 9 Merkel will not take part. The Chancellor will visit Moscow on May 10 and will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The reason of the decision of Merkel is the participation of Russia in Ukrainian conflict.


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