From the New York Times news section:
Mr. Putin did not make any major announcements on Monday, concentrating his remarks on paying tribute to the millions of Russians who died in World War II. There had been rampant speculation about whether Mr. Putin might announce a widening of the military draft — an idea that the Kremlin has rejected — or declare victory in Ukraine by citing the territory claimed along the coast.
Instead, he ended his brief speech with: “To Russia! To victory! Hooray!” The soldiers arrayed on Red Square responded: “Hooray!”
A different New York Times reporter had a different take on Putin’s speech, but agreed that there were no announcements of policy shifts:
President Vladimir V. Putin’s speech at the Red Square parade was longer than usual, but did not make any major news. He spent much of it justifying his invasion of Ukraine, describing it as he has in the past as an “the inevitable, timely and only correct decision.”
Here’s Putin’s speech in Russian, which the increasingly amazing Google Translate will translate for you.