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VOLGOGRAD, December 29, 20:29 /ITAR-TASS/. Russian president’s plenipotentiary representative in the Southern federal district Vladimir Ustinov has urged the local authorities to do their utmost to provide high-quality medical assistance to people who were wounded in the Sunday act of terror in Russia’s southern city of Volgograd and to offer all possible support to the families of those killed.
“Everything must be done neatly, without bureaucratic runaround,” he stressed.
Ustinov expressed confidence that this crime would be solved and those responsible for it would be found and punished. “We have a vast experience in investigating such crimes,” he said.
“Regrettably, it is impossible to bring the killed people back to life,” he said and expressed sincere condolences to the families of the people who lost their lives in that act of terror.
A female suicide bomber set off an explosive device at Volgograd’s central railway station at 12:45 Moscow time on Sunday. According to the latest data, the blast killed 16 people. As many as 45 people were wounded. Forty people were taken to hospital, five received out-patient medical help.