Security, Defence and Border Conflicts in Central Asia – Update on 21/05/23

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An important date in the history of the former Soviet republics, the 9 May represents Victory Day against Nazi Germany and remembers the memory of the many of those who fell during the war. However, since their independence, the Central Asian countries have tended to dissociate themselves from this tradition in order to focus on events that are more in line with their own national construction. Nevertheless, one tradition remains: the military parade held in Moscow every year on 9 May.

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