Russian President Vladimir Putin and the country's religious leaders lay flowers at a memorial on Red Square for National Unity Day. Rough Cut (no reporter narration0).
ROUGH CUT - NATURAL (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday (November 4) laid flowers at a monument on Moscow's Red Square to mark National Unity Day. Putin, along with Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill and other religious leaders, laid red flowers at a memorial to Russian Duke Dmitry Pozharsky and merchant Kozma Minin who lead a victorious revolt against Polish rulers in Moscow in 1612. National Unity Day became a holiday in Russia in 2004.