New Zealand Embassy, Moscow, Russian Federation

Anzac Day Service 2013 & Wreath Laying Ceremony

New Zealanders and Australians are invited to attend an Anzac Day Dawn Service in Moscow on Thursday 25 April, followed by a Gunfire Breakfast.

The service will take place at 6am on the forecourt at the New Zealand Embassy, 44 Ulitsa Povarskaya, with the Gunfire Breakfast being held in the Residence [same address] afterwards.

If you wish to attend the service and the Gunfire Breakfast, please advise the Embassy by Friday 19 April, tel (495) 956 3579 or email .

Please bring photo ID with you.

At 11 am on Thursday 25 April, the Australian Ambassador HE Mr Paul Myler and the New Zealand Ambassador HE Mr Hamish Cooper will also be taking part in a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow as part of Anzac Day commemorations. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

For information on the history and significance of Anzac Day, visit

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