President Vladimir Puitn staged in Moscow Saturday the biggest parade ever to mark the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s World War II victory over Nazi Germany. Tens of thousands of Russian troops marched across Red Square, along with Russia’s largest nuclear missiles and new hardware, including the Armata T-14 tank. As crowds of Russian spectators filled Moscow for the event, some 20 world leaders joined Putin on the saluting stand, including the Presidents of China, India, Egypt and Kazakhstan. Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would be coming to Moscow Sunday. In his address to the parade, the Russian president said: “We have seen attempts to create a unipolar world. Now we call for a new world order that promises security to all nations.