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MOSCOW, March 18 /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has presented condolences to Tunisian President Beji Caid over a terrorist attack on museum visitors.
"Please, accept my profound condolences over the death of Tunisian nationals and citizens of other countries in a terrorist attack on the Bardo museum. This barbaric crime cannot be justified," Putin stressed.
Moscow has resolutely condemned the barbaric terrorist act in Tunisia, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday adding that no Russians had been hurt.
"Moscow resolutely condemns this barbaric act of terror in the Tunisian capital. We are presenting our genuine condolences to the relatives of the dead. We also confirm our staunch solidarity with the Tunisian authorities in their efforts to confront a terrorist threat," the Russian Foreign Ministry said.