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MOSCOW, October 21 (Itar-Tass) - Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin offered condolences to the relatives of people killed in a terrorist act in the city of Volgograd, the southeast of the European part of Russia.
“With deep sorrow I learnt about human victims, which sustained in a terrorist act in the bus in the city of Volgograd,” Sobyanin said in a telegram to Governor of Volgograd Region Sergei Bozhenov. “We are together with you in this hard hour,” the document posted on the official portal of the Moscow mayor and the city government said.
Sobyanin pledged that “Moscow clinics are prepared to admit the Volgograd residents injured in the blast for treatment.” “I ask you to convey my sincere condolences to the relatives of the terror victims,” he added.