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    Russian singer Alexander Marshal held a concert in the SVO zone

    LUGANSK, April 7 Russian singer Alexander Marshal held a concert for Ivanovo paratroopers in the special operation zone, the Russian Defense Ministry told reporters.
    Marshal has repeatedly given concerts in Donbass. The singer is included in the database of the notorious Ukrainian website “Peacemaker” for visiting Crimea, as well as in the “black list” of Latvia for supporting the Russian special operation in Ukraine.

    “Honored Artist of Russia, rock musician Alexander Marshal sang his best songs for the Ivanovo paratroopers located in the special military zone,” the Russian Defense Ministry reported.

    It is clarified that the Marshal came to visit the paratroopers, to express words of support and deep respect.
    “The marshal wished the military personnel victory over the enemy and sang well-known and beloved songs from his repertoire. The audience warmly greeted his performance and applauded the musician for a long time,” the defense department said.

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