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MOSCOW, February 15 (Itar-Tass) — Russia’s Foreign Ministry has strongly condemned the terror acts in New Delhi and Tbilisi and demanded that those responsible should be brought to responsibility.
“On February 13 terror acts and attacks on Israel’s diplomatic officials took place in New Delhi and Tbilisi,” a Foreign Ministry official said. “Several Israelis were wounded in the New Delhi blast.”
“Moscow decisively denounces extremists’ acts,” the official said “expressing sympathy to those wounded and wishing them the soonest possible recovery.”
“We are confident that there can be no justification for any manifestations of terrorism. We hope that the authorities of the countries where these incidents took place will thoroughly investigate those criminal acts to find out their master-minds and performers,” the official said.