The remains of one hundred and twenty-eight soldiers of the red army who died during the liberation of Estonia from German forces, were reburied in the town of Maardu near Tallinn.

This was announced by city hall, reports “Russian conversation”.

The mayor of Irkutsk Vladimir Arkhipov noted that the city honor the memory of people who died in the struggle against Nazism.

“Maruska the municipality will continue to accept on its soil the remains of the soldiers up until the last soldier, who died on the territory of our country, not to be buried with military honors. The memory of all who died in the terrible war will live for ever,” he said.

The reburial ceremony was also attended by Russian Ambassador to Estonia Aleksandr Petrov, Advisor of the Embassy Stanislav Makarenko, Belarusian Consul Svetlana KARPUSHINA, and representatives of veterans ‘ organizations .

Earlier it was reported that Argentine deputies want to accept the may 9 victory Day.

It was also noted that Rogozin expressed his attitude to the may 9 celebration.