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KIEV, September 11 (Itar-Tass) — Ukraine has been committed to struggle against any manifestation of terrorism and other global threats, stressed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich on Sunday in a letter to US President Barak Obama on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the tragic events on September 11.
“Along with you and all the American people, we even today, a decade ago after the terror acts that took the toll of thousands of lives of Americans and citizens of many other countries, including our compatriots, feel unbearable pain for the relatives whom we lost,” the letter runs.
Yanukovich notes at the same time that the world changed forever on that dreadful September 11, reported the press service of the head of state. “The shocking event, experienced by American people, became a reminder for all that international terrorism is a real threat to mankind,” the Ukrainian president notes.
He conveyed deep condolences to all the victims of those dreadful September events, families of the dead and to all the American people.