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Russians around the world to sing We Need Only Victory for All

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Russians around the world to sing We Need Only Victory for All


#OneForAll (#ОднаНаВсех) action devoted to the Great Victory Day will be conducted by Russian TV channel NTV. Social network Odnoklassniki and IA Sputnik participate in organizing this event as well. The flashmob is open for everybody.

The song We Need Only Victory for All was composed by famous Soviet singer-songwriter Bulat Okudzhava for the movie Belorussian Station. Once the film was released in 1971, this song became a hit. To the present time this song remains the symbol of Victory over Fascism for several generations of Russians. The action organizers marked that the song line “All we need is one victory, for any price” brings together people of different nationalities and origins. These people know the Victory value for them, their ancestors, and descendants.

On the eve of the Victory Day all flashmob participants will sing this song. First videos from this action with hashtag #ОднаНаВсех (#OneForAll) will be placed online on the May, 2nd.

Not only Russian residents but also inhabitants of ex-CIS countries will be able to record the song. Videos can be posted on NTV, Odnoklassniki and IA Sputnik websites. Everyone can be a part of this action and watch his video online.

On May 9th users can post online the short video about the way they celebrate the Victory Day with the same hashtag #ОднаНаВсех. Best video streams will be shown on NTV network.

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