Vladimir Putin's Victory Day speech hijacked by hackers | 7NEWS

Vladimir Putin's Victory Day speech hijacked by hackers | 7NEWS

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It was meant to be a display of Russia's military might, but Vladimir Putin's Victory Day speech was more muted than memorable.

There was no official declaration of war in Ukraine and no mention of victory.

The address was hijacked by hackers, with an anti-war message broadcast live across the country.

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