Russia’s newest military parade is getting lots of attention online.
The event is being held on Wednesday, and the official website of the military’s chief of staff, Maj. Gen. Vladimir Popovkin, has announced it will be broadcast live on state television.
Popovkin’s announcement comes a day after Russian state media announced the event would be live streamed on the state-run Rossiya 24 television channel.
It is unclear whether the state broadcaster is being transparent about the actual event or if the Kremlin is using the event as a publicity stunt for the upcoming military parade.
On Wednesday, the military will march down the main street of the Russian capital, and people will be able to watch it on the Rossiya24 television channel, the official news agency said.
The parade will also be broadcast on the RIA Novosti news agency.
Popovickin’s tweet announcing the live-streamed event on Rossiya said the military had requested permission from the Russian authorities to broadcast the event.
He said that a live stream was needed to provide information about the parade and provide information on the military parade of the current year.
“The decision of the commanders was taken in the interest of the public.
The state media is not allowing the parade to be broadcast without a permission from our military authorities,” Popovkins tweet read.
The Russian government has been using the Russian military as a propaganda tool in recent years.
Last year, the Kremlin announced that it would stream the annual Winter Olympics in Sochi through state-owned TV channel Rossiya, which is owned by the Kremlin.
Popovich’s tweet about the military was the latest in a series of comments made by Russian officials to justify the use of military force against the U.S. and its allies.
In January, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Russia would use military force to defend the West against “the threat of nuclear war” in response to “the U.K. invasion of Ukraine.”
In July, the Russian defense minister, Igor Konashenkov, said that Putin wanted to protect the Russian people from the threat of the U and its NATO allies, and that Putin believed that Russia could “completely destroy” the U., the U-K.
alliance, and NATO by attacking their “core interests” such as energy and “the economic sphere.”
Popovich also appeared on Russian state television last month, and in a separate appearance he said Russia would be “more aggressive” in defending its interests in the U.-K.
and NATO countries.