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MOSCOW, April 25 (Itar-Tass) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was sorry that Russia’s security agencies were unable to provide any handy tips about the Tsarnaev brothers who committed a terrorist attack in the United States’ Boston.
“Since the Tsarnaevs never actually lived in Russia. They came from Kyrgyzstan and appeared here from time to time, the Russian secret services, to our great regret, we unable to share any useful information with the American colleagues,” Putin told journalists on Thursday.
“The United States and Russian security services regularly exchange information,” he said. “I hope this tragedy [the Boston terrorist attack] will give a fresh impetus to expand this cooperation, which is in the interests of both the American and Russian security services.”