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KIEV, December 29, /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich and Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov have offered their condolences over the terrorist attack in Russia’s southern city of Volgograd.
“Ukraine took the news about numerous human lives taken by a terrorist attack in Volgograd with profound sorrow,” Yanukovich said in his telegram to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday. “We share the grief of those who lost their near and dear and resolutely condemn any manifestations of terrorism.” He offered words of encouragement to the families of those killed and wishes of soonest recovery to those wounded.
The Ukrainian prime minister also expressed condolences over this act of terror. “It is w big tragedy. We are praying for the health of those who were wounded and whose lives are now in the hands of medics. And may those killed rest in peace,” he said in his message.