President Vladimir Putin warned Russia could defeat any aggressors but insisted that the world come together to fight “Terrorism” as Moscow marked 72 years since victory in World War II.

Soldiers and military hardware paraded across red square in Moscow as the country held its annual pomp-filled celebration of the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945.

The Kremlin strongman insisted that Russia was “Open For Such Cooperation” and that Moscow would “always be on the side of the forces of peace and with those who choose the path of equal partnership.”

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