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State Administration Council Vice-Chairman Vice-Senior General Soe Win and party visit Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces of the Russian Federation

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State Administration Council Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win makes a tour around the Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in Kubinka, Southwest of Moscow, on 2 September 2021.

The delegation led by State Administration Council Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win who is currently in the Russian Federation visited the Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces of the Russian Federation at the Patriot Park in Kubinka, southwest of Moscow, yesterday morning at the local standard time.
The Vice-Senior General and party were welcomed by officials. They viewed round arms, ammunition, equipment and utensils used in the Second World War, equipment of the medical corps, signal accessories, and show of wars through programmes at the museum near the cathedral and asked for further information. They also viewed the historical and documentary records in the cathedral.
The Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces of the Russian Federation was built in honour of the Diamond Jubilee Victory Day of the Great Patriotic War which fell on 9 May 2020. It aims to emerge as the Centre of Military Glory of the Russian Federation. The main building is 96 metres high together with a 75 metres high bell tower, three small buildings, four museums and parks were constructed by more than 4,000 renowned architects and artists day and night within six months. More than 10 million photos displayed in the museum illustrate the 1,418-day war launched by the Russian Armed Forces during the Second World War. Environs of the cathedral and the walls were decorated with portraits of battlefields and mural paintings using the damaged vehicles and heavy machinery and equipment. —MNA

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