The Parade is organised to honour the heroism and sacrifices made by the Russian and other friendly people.
Russian Defence Minister Sergey Shoigu had invited Mr Singh to the Victory Parade, which was originally scheduled on the 9th of May but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Separately, a Tri-Service 75- Member Indian Military Contingent has already reached Moscow to participate in the Victory Parade along with Russian contingent and other invited contingents. The marching contingent taking part in the Victory Day Parade is led by a major rank officer of the gallant Sikh Light Infantry Regiment.
The Regiment had fought with valour in World War II and has a proud distinction of earning four Battle Honours and two Military Cross amongst other gallantry awards.
The Indian participation in the Victory Day parade will be a mark of tribute to the great sacrifices made by Russia and other nations in the Second World War in which Indian soldiers also participated and made supreme sacrifice.
It may be recalled that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had congratulated President of Russia Vladimir Putin and the Defence Minister congratulated his counterpart through special messages sent on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Victory Day.
The Ministry of Defence said the visit of the Defence Minister will strengthen the longstanding special and privileged strategic partnership between India and Russia.