For the past two years, events dedicated to May 9 have been held online due to the coronavirus epidemic. This year, all events will be held in the traditional format. However, it is worth considering that the entrance to the events will be carried out through a metal frame, and therefore please arrive in advance.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Dagestan approved a list of items prohibited from being carried into protected areas during events dedicated to the celebration of May 9, which includes the following items:

1. Explosives, explosive devices and their components, means of explosives and objects stuffed with them.

2. Weapons of any type, including self-defense, ammunition, components of firearms, as well as special equipment.

3. Stabbing or cutting objects, knives, other edged weapons, including edged weapons that are an element of military uniform (dagger), as well as other items that can be used as weapons. The exception is nail scissors and a nail file.

4. Devices and products, including home-made products, that are not pyrotechnics, used for scattering, spraying various materials and substances (including pneumatic poppers), and other substances, products, objects, including home-made products, the use of which may lead to injury, fire and smoke.

5. Any items that outwardly resemble prohibited items or their copies and analogues.

6. Means of disguise or items that make identification difficult.

7. Aerosol cans, compressed and liquefied gases. The exception is pocket lighters.

8. Flammable and pyrotechnic substances or products, including flares, fireworks, firecrackers, gas cylinders and items (chemical materials) that can be used to make pyrotechnic products or smoke. The exception is matches.

9. Flammable solids, as well as flammable and combustible liquids, combustible gases.

10. Oxidizing agents and organic peroxides. 11. Sources of ionizing radiation, radioactive and fissile materials, toxic chemicals, chemically hazardous substances, chemical reagents and household chemicals.

12. Materials of an extremist, offensive or discriminatory nature, containing Nazi paraphernalia or symbols, or paraphernalia or symbols of extremist organizations, or aimed at discrimination of any kind against a country, person or group of persons on the basis of race, color, ethnic, national or social origin and status, place of birth, financial condition or other status, gender, disability, language, religion, political or other beliefs, or for any other reason, including, but not limited to, banners, flags, symbols and paraphernalia, leaflets, clothing.

13. Body protection equipment: bulletproof vests, corsets, except for those due to medical indications.

14. Narcotic, psychotropic, toxic substances, their precursors, including in the form of medicines, as well as medical syringes and speck needles. The exception is injection drugs, medical syringes and needles upon presentation of medical documents stating the need for their use.

15. Glass and metal containers, bottles and jars.

16. All types of liquids in any volume, including perfumes, as well as transparent plastic containers for products.

17. Food (such as eggs, ketchup, mayonnaise, etc.).

18. Alcoholic drinks.

19. Bulky objects, the sum of three dimensions of which in length, width, height exceeds 150 centimeters.

20. Flags and banners, the size of which exceeds 2×1.5 m. The exception is flags up to 2×1.5 m only from non-flammable materials.

21. Poles for flags or posters of any kind. The exception is flexible plastic or double shafts (up to 1 meter long).

22. Advertising materials of any kind, printed materials of religious, political or offensive content, or content that is contrary to public order and (or) morality (including banners, banners, posters, signs and their analogues). The exception is religious books for personal use.

23. Technical means that can interfere with the implementation of security measures.

24. Unmanned aerial vehicles of any maximum takeoff weight and unmanned vehicles moving on land, on water and under water, kites.

25. Professional equipment for photo and video shooting. The exception is the equipment of accredited media representatives.

28. Any bulk solids, regardless of volume. The exception is permitted drugs in the form of bulk substances.

29. Other substances and items that are dangerous, as well as prohibited for circulation on the territory of the Russian Federation.

In addition, animals cannot be brought to events, except for guide dogs that have a passport and a completed veterinary document.

Note that you can find all the materials dedicated to the celebration of May 9 by the tag Znamya Victory.