Would it be on-topic on Politics to ask whether video footage exists of Ukrainian celebration of the "Victory Day over Nazism in World War II"?
All I could find in 30 mins of searching was https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBDQu7RTgI4 which doesn't show wreathe laying by soldiers doing choreographed marching, but only shows some civilians putting some flowers/wreathes down informally.
I have searched YouTube and Google and couldn't find any. I'm curious to see whether the wreath laying looks anything like how it was done in Russia and Belarus on May 9th 2022.
The military ceremony involving laying wreathes on May 9th 2022 was remarkably similar in Belarus as in Russia, if anything, the movements of the soldiers were even more gymnastic, and so I was curious what the Ukrainian version looked like, and then I became very puzzled by not being to find anything on the internet that answered my question.
I could not find any footage showing any May 9th wreathe laying from any year using the YouTube search engine, and then the Google one. I didn't come across so much as an still image of Ukrainian's in military uniform laying wreathes. I only could see that the flame they use in Ukraine in the same and comes out of the centre of a similar large five pointed star that is horizontal and about two meters in diameter as they have in Russia. I still don't even know whether the Ukrainian's do that gymnastic extreme goose step that looks so difficult or even the ordinary goose step that is used by the Russians and the Belarusians. Nor whether the Ukrainian ceremonial uniforms are or were similar to the Russian ones (the Belarusian one's are very similar to the Russian ones).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSxdfu3WPSc from 1:36:03 shows the Belarusian wreathe laying by Belarusian soldiers. At 1:18:44 in the same video you can see the Russian ceremony, with a very similar though less gymnastic placing of a 2m diameter wreathe by a pair of soldiers. The Russians have blue uniforms while the Belarusians have brown ones.
N.b. The proposed question is whether footage exists, not how can I find it and watch it.