Britain crowns Charles III as king, succeeding his late mother, Queen Elizabeth Britain crowns Charles III as king, succeeding his late mother, Queen Elizabeth

Britain crowns Charles III as king, succeeding his late mother, Queen Elizabeth

Britain crowns Charles III as king, succeeding his late mother, Queen Elizabeth  In a solemn ceremony, the coronation ceremony of Charles III, King of Britain, to succeed his late mother, Queen Elizabeth, kicked off at Westminster Abbey in London.  King Charles took an oath, declaring his allegiance to the Church and the Kingdom.  After signing the oath, King Charles said, "I will keep the legislation to the best of my ability and in accordance with the law."  The coronation ceremony is attended by about 2,300 invitees, including about a hundred state leaders and dignitaries, in ceremonies not seen in the country in 70 years, when Queen Elizabeth II was installed as queen, succeeding her father, King George.  The coronation ceremony takes place with a two-hour Christian ceremony presided over by Jason Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, a thousand-year tradition of the king's 39 ancestors who have been crowned in Westminster Abbey since 1066.  The ceremony witnessed great care to implement the most accurate royal traditions that characterize Britain, but the king sought to modernize other aspects of the ceremony. For the first time, women bishops will participate in the ceremony, and there will be a prominent role for a number of languages ​​other than English during the coronation.  Queen Consort Camilla was also installed, but in a simpler ceremony.  Queen Elizabeth died last September at the age of 96.  According to the BBC, 3 crowns encrusted with the most valuable pearls will be worn by King Charles and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, during the ceremony, each with its own symbolism.   Not one but three crowns will be used at the King's coronation  Prince William, the British crown prince, swore an oath of allegiance to his father, King Charles III, while the king's youngest son, Harry, attended the coronation ceremony alone, without having any role in the ceremony.                Putin congratulates his Kyrgyz counterpart on the anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War  The press office of the Kyrgyz presidency reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated the President of Kyrgyzstan Sadir Japarov and the people of the republic on the 78th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War. The congratulatory message read: “I heartily congratulate you on the 77th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The people of Russia and Kyrgyzstan venerate the memory of the glorious exploits and great sacrifices of our fathers and grandfathers, who bravely fought against the Nazi invaders on the battlefields and worked selflessly at home. It is important that it remains The common spiritual heritage of the great victory today is a reliable basis for the development of alliance relations and strategic partnership between our two countries.  The visit of the President of Kyrgyzstan to Russia will take place despite the attack on the Kremlin The Russian president also asked to convey "the most sincere congratulations and words of deep gratitude to all veterans who participated in the Great Patriotic War who live in Kyrgyzstan," wishing them health, good spirits and long life.  It is noteworthy that the President of Kyrgyzstan intends to pay an official visit to Moscow on May 8 and 9, during which he will hold talks with the Russian President and attend the military parade.                Britain 6 anti-monarchy activists arrested in London before the coronation of King Charles  British police on Saturday arrested prominent members of the anti-monarchy "Republic" movement as they prepared to protest against the coronation of King Charles III.  "They stopped 6 of our organizers and confiscated hundreds of banners, and they will not tell us the reason for their arrest or where they are being held," said an activist from the "Republic" movement in Trafalgar Square in London, told AFP.  About 2,000 demonstrators plan to gather in the path of King Charles's majestic procession in Trafalgar Square, according to the Daily Mail.  The authorities expect environmental activists to organize demonstrations as well.  The coronation ceremony of King Charles and Queen Camilla is the largest security event in British history, with 11.5 thousand policemen and 10 thousand soldiers participating, and snipers will be deployed on the roofs of buildings.              British MP: They perfectly prevented the memory of the Soviet Union liberating the world from fascism  Galloway added: "Without the Red Army, Germany would still be under the guise of fascism, just like the rest of Europe. It is really strange how the blocking of this memory was imposed and how perfectly executed."  The former British parliamentarian stressed that had it not been for the intervention of the Soviet Union, it would not have been possible to save the gypsies, Jews and Slavic peoples, and prevent their extinction.  Galloway pointed out that the countries allied with Hitler - Japan and Italy were to rule the world along with Germany.             Greek historian: The Ukraine conflict can only be settled through a new Yalta summit between Russia and the West  Participants in the "Never Ending War" conference in Athens stressed that the conflict in Ukraine was the inevitable result of a military confrontation between Russia and the West, and a new Yalta summit should emerge from it. The discussion was organized just before the Victory Day by the Coordinating Council of Russian Citizens, and the platform was presented by the Russian Center for Science and Culture.  The role of the Soviet Union and Greece in World War II and the birth of a new Cold War in the twenty-first century were discussed.  Yevgenia Krechevskaya, president of the Soviet Socialist Society, said falsification and rewriting of World War II history had become commonplace in Europe.  The writer and historian, Yorgos Romanos, said that the Cold War began in 1945 with the death of US President Theodore Roosevelt, who did not want confrontation with Russia and was opposed to the American presence in Europe.  He pointed out that the West made promises not to expand NATO to the East, but it broke them, and that the US nuclear warheads are stationed in Europe.  He considered that the United States now wants to control the entire planet, as Hitler wanted in the past.  He continued, "The United States will never be able to defeat geography. Russia's borders are with Europe, they cannot change it. Russia is Europe and the ties of culture cannot be severed. The strongest foundation on this planet is culture, it is impossible to change it."  He concluded by saying: "Peace now is required, and peace negotiations are required. The only solution is a new Yalta."

In a solemn ceremony, the coronation ceremony of Charles III, King of Britain, to succeed his late mother, Queen Elizabeth, kicked off at Westminster Abbey in London.

King Charles took an oath, declaring his allegiance to the Church and the Kingdom.

After signing the oath, King Charles said, "I will keep the legislation to the best of my ability and in accordance with the law."

The coronation ceremony is attended by about 2,300 invitees, including about a hundred state leaders and dignitaries, in ceremonies not seen in the country in 70 years, when Queen Elizabeth II was installed as queen, succeeding her father, King George.

The coronation ceremony takes place with a two-hour Christian ceremony presided over by Jason Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, a thousand-year tradition of the king's 39 ancestors who have been crowned in Westminster Abbey since 1066.

The ceremony witnessed great care to implement the most accurate royal traditions that characterize Britain, but the king sought to modernize other aspects of the ceremony. For the first time, women bishops will participate in the ceremony, and there will be a prominent role for a number of languages ​​other than English during the coronation.

Queen Consort Camilla was also installed, but in a simpler ceremony.

Queen Elizabeth died last September at the age of 96.

According to the BBC, 3 crowns encrusted with the most valuable pearls will be worn by King Charles and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, during the ceremony, each with its own symbolism. 

Not one but three crowns will be used at the King's coronation

Prince William, the British crown prince, swore an oath of allegiance to his father, King Charles III, while the king's youngest son, Harry, attended the coronation ceremony alone, without having any role in the ceremony.





Putin congratulates his Kyrgyz counterpart on the anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War


The press office of the Kyrgyz presidency reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated the President of Kyrgyzstan Sadir Japarov and the people of the republic on the 78th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War.
The congratulatory message read: “I heartily congratulate you on the 77th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The people of Russia and Kyrgyzstan venerate the memory of the glorious exploits and great sacrifices of our fathers and grandfathers, who bravely fought against the Nazi invaders on the battlefields and worked selflessly at home. It is important that it remains The common spiritual heritage of the great victory today is a reliable basis for the development of alliance relations and strategic partnership between our two countries.

The visit of the President of Kyrgyzstan to Russia will take place despite the attack on the Kremlin
The Russian president also asked to convey "the most sincere congratulations and words of deep gratitude to all veterans who participated in the Great Patriotic War who live in Kyrgyzstan," wishing them health, good spirits and long life.

It is noteworthy that the President of Kyrgyzstan intends to pay an official visit to Moscow on May 8 and 9, during which he will hold talks with the Russian President and attend the military parade.




Britain crowns Charles III as king, succeeding his late mother, Queen Elizabeth  In a solemn ceremony, the coronation ceremony of Charles III, King of Britain, to succeed his late mother, Queen Elizabeth, kicked off at Westminster Abbey in London.  King Charles took an oath, declaring his allegiance to the Church and the Kingdom.  After signing the oath, King Charles said, "I will keep the legislation to the best of my ability and in accordance with the law."  The coronation ceremony is attended by about 2,300 invitees, including about a hundred state leaders and dignitaries, in ceremonies not seen in the country in 70 years, when Queen Elizabeth II was installed as queen, succeeding her father, King George.  The coronation ceremony takes place with a two-hour Christian ceremony presided over by Jason Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, a thousand-year tradition of the king's 39 ancestors who have been crowned in Westminster Abbey since 1066.  The ceremony witnessed great care to implement the most accurate royal traditions that characterize Britain, but the king sought to modernize other aspects of the ceremony. For the first time, women bishops will participate in the ceremony, and there will be a prominent role for a number of languages ​​other than English during the coronation.  Queen Consort Camilla was also installed, but in a simpler ceremony.  Queen Elizabeth died last September at the age of 96.  According to the BBC, 3 crowns encrusted with the most valuable pearls will be worn by King Charles and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, during the ceremony, each with its own symbolism.   Not one but three crowns will be used at the King's coronation  Prince William, the British crown prince, swore an oath of allegiance to his father, King Charles III, while the king's youngest son, Harry, attended the coronation ceremony alone, without having any role in the ceremony.                Putin congratulates his Kyrgyz counterpart on the anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War  The press office of the Kyrgyz presidency reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated the President of Kyrgyzstan Sadir Japarov and the people of the republic on the 78th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War. The congratulatory message read: “I heartily congratulate you on the 77th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The people of Russia and Kyrgyzstan venerate the memory of the glorious exploits and great sacrifices of our fathers and grandfathers, who bravely fought against the Nazi invaders on the battlefields and worked selflessly at home. It is important that it remains The common spiritual heritage of the great victory today is a reliable basis for the development of alliance relations and strategic partnership between our two countries.  The visit of the President of Kyrgyzstan to Russia will take place despite the attack on the Kremlin The Russian president also asked to convey "the most sincere congratulations and words of deep gratitude to all veterans who participated in the Great Patriotic War who live in Kyrgyzstan," wishing them health, good spirits and long life.  It is noteworthy that the President of Kyrgyzstan intends to pay an official visit to Moscow on May 8 and 9, during which he will hold talks with the Russian President and attend the military parade.                Britain 6 anti-monarchy activists arrested in London before the coronation of King Charles  British police on Saturday arrested prominent members of the anti-monarchy "Republic" movement as they prepared to protest against the coronation of King Charles III.  "They stopped 6 of our organizers and confiscated hundreds of banners, and they will not tell us the reason for their arrest or where they are being held," said an activist from the "Republic" movement in Trafalgar Square in London, told AFP.  About 2,000 demonstrators plan to gather in the path of King Charles's majestic procession in Trafalgar Square, according to the Daily Mail.  The authorities expect environmental activists to organize demonstrations as well.  The coronation ceremony of King Charles and Queen Camilla is the largest security event in British history, with 11.5 thousand policemen and 10 thousand soldiers participating, and snipers will be deployed on the roofs of buildings.              British MP: They perfectly prevented the memory of the Soviet Union liberating the world from fascism  Galloway added: "Without the Red Army, Germany would still be under the guise of fascism, just like the rest of Europe. It is really strange how the blocking of this memory was imposed and how perfectly executed."  The former British parliamentarian stressed that had it not been for the intervention of the Soviet Union, it would not have been possible to save the gypsies, Jews and Slavic peoples, and prevent their extinction.  Galloway pointed out that the countries allied with Hitler - Japan and Italy were to rule the world along with Germany.             Greek historian: The Ukraine conflict can only be settled through a new Yalta summit between Russia and the West  Participants in the "Never Ending War" conference in Athens stressed that the conflict in Ukraine was the inevitable result of a military confrontation between Russia and the West, and a new Yalta summit should emerge from it. The discussion was organized just before the Victory Day by the Coordinating Council of Russian Citizens, and the platform was presented by the Russian Center for Science and Culture.  The role of the Soviet Union and Greece in World War II and the birth of a new Cold War in the twenty-first century were discussed.  Yevgenia Krechevskaya, president of the Soviet Socialist Society, said falsification and rewriting of World War II history had become commonplace in Europe.  The writer and historian, Yorgos Romanos, said that the Cold War began in 1945 with the death of US President Theodore Roosevelt, who did not want confrontation with Russia and was opposed to the American presence in Europe.  He pointed out that the West made promises not to expand NATO to the East, but it broke them, and that the US nuclear warheads are stationed in Europe.  He considered that the United States now wants to control the entire planet, as Hitler wanted in the past.  He continued, "The United States will never be able to defeat geography. Russia's borders are with Europe, they cannot change it. Russia is Europe and the ties of culture cannot be severed. The strongest foundation on this planet is culture, it is impossible to change it."  He concluded by saying: "Peace now is required, and peace negotiations are required. The only solution is a new Yalta."


Britain 6 anti-monarchy activists arrested in London before the coronation of King Charles


British police on Saturday arrested prominent members of the anti-monarchy "Republic" movement as they prepared to protest against the coronation of King Charles III.

"They stopped 6 of our organizers and confiscated hundreds of banners, and they will not tell us the reason for their arrest or where they are being held," said an activist from the "Republic" movement in Trafalgar Square in London, told AFP.

About 2,000 demonstrators plan to gather in the path of King Charles's majestic procession in Trafalgar Square, according to the Daily Mail.

The authorities expect environmental activists to organize demonstrations as well.

The coronation ceremony of King Charles and Queen Camilla is the largest security event in British history, with 11.5 thousand policemen and 10 thousand soldiers participating, and snipers will be deployed on the roofs of buildings.





Britain crowns Charles III as king, succeeding his late mother, Queen Elizabeth  In a solemn ceremony, the coronation ceremony of Charles III, King of Britain, to succeed his late mother, Queen Elizabeth, kicked off at Westminster Abbey in London.  King Charles took an oath, declaring his allegiance to the Church and the Kingdom.  After signing the oath, King Charles said, "I will keep the legislation to the best of my ability and in accordance with the law."  The coronation ceremony is attended by about 2,300 invitees, including about a hundred state leaders and dignitaries, in ceremonies not seen in the country in 70 years, when Queen Elizabeth II was installed as queen, succeeding her father, King George.  The coronation ceremony takes place with a two-hour Christian ceremony presided over by Jason Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, a thousand-year tradition of the king's 39 ancestors who have been crowned in Westminster Abbey since 1066.  The ceremony witnessed great care to implement the most accurate royal traditions that characterize Britain, but the king sought to modernize other aspects of the ceremony. For the first time, women bishops will participate in the ceremony, and there will be a prominent role for a number of languages ​​other than English during the coronation.  Queen Consort Camilla was also installed, but in a simpler ceremony.  Queen Elizabeth died last September at the age of 96.  According to the BBC, 3 crowns encrusted with the most valuable pearls will be worn by King Charles and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, during the ceremony, each with its own symbolism.   Not one but three crowns will be used at the King's coronation  Prince William, the British crown prince, swore an oath of allegiance to his father, King Charles III, while the king's youngest son, Harry, attended the coronation ceremony alone, without having any role in the ceremony.                Putin congratulates his Kyrgyz counterpart on the anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War  The press office of the Kyrgyz presidency reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated the President of Kyrgyzstan Sadir Japarov and the people of the republic on the 78th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War. The congratulatory message read: “I heartily congratulate you on the 77th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The people of Russia and Kyrgyzstan venerate the memory of the glorious exploits and great sacrifices of our fathers and grandfathers, who bravely fought against the Nazi invaders on the battlefields and worked selflessly at home. It is important that it remains The common spiritual heritage of the great victory today is a reliable basis for the development of alliance relations and strategic partnership between our two countries.  The visit of the President of Kyrgyzstan to Russia will take place despite the attack on the Kremlin The Russian president also asked to convey "the most sincere congratulations and words of deep gratitude to all veterans who participated in the Great Patriotic War who live in Kyrgyzstan," wishing them health, good spirits and long life.  It is noteworthy that the President of Kyrgyzstan intends to pay an official visit to Moscow on May 8 and 9, during which he will hold talks with the Russian President and attend the military parade.                Britain 6 anti-monarchy activists arrested in London before the coronation of King Charles  British police on Saturday arrested prominent members of the anti-monarchy "Republic" movement as they prepared to protest against the coronation of King Charles III.  "They stopped 6 of our organizers and confiscated hundreds of banners, and they will not tell us the reason for their arrest or where they are being held," said an activist from the "Republic" movement in Trafalgar Square in London, told AFP.  About 2,000 demonstrators plan to gather in the path of King Charles's majestic procession in Trafalgar Square, according to the Daily Mail.  The authorities expect environmental activists to organize demonstrations as well.  The coronation ceremony of King Charles and Queen Camilla is the largest security event in British history, with 11.5 thousand policemen and 10 thousand soldiers participating, and snipers will be deployed on the roofs of buildings.              British MP: They perfectly prevented the memory of the Soviet Union liberating the world from fascism  Galloway added: "Without the Red Army, Germany would still be under the guise of fascism, just like the rest of Europe. It is really strange how the blocking of this memory was imposed and how perfectly executed."  The former British parliamentarian stressed that had it not been for the intervention of the Soviet Union, it would not have been possible to save the gypsies, Jews and Slavic peoples, and prevent their extinction.  Galloway pointed out that the countries allied with Hitler - Japan and Italy were to rule the world along with Germany.             Greek historian: The Ukraine conflict can only be settled through a new Yalta summit between Russia and the West  Participants in the "Never Ending War" conference in Athens stressed that the conflict in Ukraine was the inevitable result of a military confrontation between Russia and the West, and a new Yalta summit should emerge from it. The discussion was organized just before the Victory Day by the Coordinating Council of Russian Citizens, and the platform was presented by the Russian Center for Science and Culture.  The role of the Soviet Union and Greece in World War II and the birth of a new Cold War in the twenty-first century were discussed.  Yevgenia Krechevskaya, president of the Soviet Socialist Society, said falsification and rewriting of World War II history had become commonplace in Europe.  The writer and historian, Yorgos Romanos, said that the Cold War began in 1945 with the death of US President Theodore Roosevelt, who did not want confrontation with Russia and was opposed to the American presence in Europe.  He pointed out that the West made promises not to expand NATO to the East, but it broke them, and that the US nuclear warheads are stationed in Europe.  He considered that the United States now wants to control the entire planet, as Hitler wanted in the past.  He continued, "The United States will never be able to defeat geography. Russia's borders are with Europe, they cannot change it. Russia is Europe and the ties of culture cannot be severed. The strongest foundation on this planet is culture, it is impossible to change it."  He concluded by saying: "Peace now is required, and peace negotiations are required. The only solution is a new Yalta."


British MP: They perfectly prevented the memory of the Soviet Union liberating the world from fascism


Galloway added: "Without the Red Army, Germany would still be under the guise of fascism, just like the rest of Europe. It is really strange how the blocking of this memory was imposed and how perfectly executed."

The former British parliamentarian stressed that had it not been for the intervention of the Soviet Union, it would not have been possible to save the gypsies, Jews and Slavic peoples, and prevent their extinction.

Galloway pointed out that the countries allied with Hitler - Japan and Italy were to rule the world along with Germany.


Greek historian: The Ukraine conflict can only be settled through a new Yalta summit between Russia and the West


Participants in the "Never Ending War" conference in Athens stressed that the conflict in Ukraine was the inevitable result of a military confrontation between Russia and the West, and a new Yalta summit should emerge from it.
The discussion was organized just before the Victory Day by the Coordinating Council of Russian Citizens, and the platform was presented by the Russian Center for Science and Culture.

The role of the Soviet Union and Greece in World War II and the birth of a new Cold War in the twenty-first century were discussed.

Yevgenia Krechevskaya, president of the Soviet Socialist Society, said falsification and rewriting of World War II history had become commonplace in Europe.

The writer and historian, Yorgos Romanos, said that the Cold War began in 1945 with the death of US President Theodore Roosevelt, who did not want confrontation with Russia and was opposed to the American presence in Europe.

He pointed out that the West made promises not to expand NATO to the East, but it broke them, and that the US nuclear warheads are stationed in Europe.

He considered that the United States now wants to control the entire planet, as Hitler wanted in the past.

He continued, "The United States will never be able to defeat geography. Russia's borders are with Europe, they cannot change it. Russia is Europe and the ties of culture cannot be severed. The strongest foundation on this planet is culture, it is impossible to change it."

He concluded by saying: "Peace now is required, and peace negotiations are required. The only solution is a new Yalta."

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