More than 500 people gathered in Vilnius' Antakalnis Cemetery on May 9 to mark the 74th anniversary of the Soviet victory in World War II. People wore the orange and black ribbons of St. George and held red carnations or World War II soldiers' portraits as they marched to the memorial to the victims of the war. Among those present was Alexander Udaltsov, Russia's ambassador to Lithuania, who carried the portraits of his mother and father.
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