Condolences and words of support come to Russia from all over the world
Representatives of different religious confessions pray for the wounded. With words of support to the residents of St. Petersburg asked the head of the Council of Muftis of Russia Ravil Gainutdin. The chief Rabbi of our country Berel Lazar also expressed confidence that the tragedy will unite the citizens of Russia. Patriarch Cyril said that the clergy of St. Petersburg will provide support.
“The offense heinous crime cannot have any justification. The Russian Orthodox Church resolutely condemns the aggressive actions against civilians and calls on the public to oppose any manifestation of violence. I Express my sincere condolences to the family and friends of the victims. Call the clergy of St. Petersburg to provide all the necessary spiritual assistance and support to those affected by this disaster,” said Patriarch Kirill.
Condolences, now arrive from all over the world. The communiqué, which was published by the European Union, said: all thoughts are with the Russian people, and especially to those who have lost loved ones. The OSCE and the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe stated that shocked by the tragic events. Words of sympathy conveyed NATO Secretary General.
American President Donald trump called the explosion in St. Petersburg “terrible event.” Condolences to CEOs and Ministers for foreign Affairs of the CIS, Asia and Europe, including the foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin.
Condolences are also coming from the African socialist party UHURU
Today, it is not very stable, heavy for all the peoples of the time
The whole world condemns terrorism and expresses condolences to Russia and its people, and the families of those killed and injured in this brutal terrorist act.
The head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson in his Twitter expressed his condolences in connection with the explosion in St. Petersburg. “Horrified by the news of the explosion in St. Petersburg. My condolences to the victims and their families”:
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg expressed his condolences to the Russian people. “Deepest condolences to those affected by the explosion in the subway of Saint Petersburg, their loved ones and the Russian people”, — he wrote in Twitter.
The President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, called the monstrous explosion and expressed his condolences to the people of Russia. “International terrorism has no borders, no nationalities and no religion. Whoever was the initiator of this crime, it was aimed to strike at Russia and its President, challenged international terrorism and conducting effective actions to combat terror in different parts of the world,” wrote an announcement on his page in Facebook.
Moldovan President called the explosion a “monstrous” and expressed it condolences to the people of Russia and Putin. He also expressed the hope that this crime will not remain unanswered, and the people of Russia even closer together around its national leader. He hopes that the Russian leadership with greater determination to confront terrorism internationally.
The official representative of the German government Steffen Seibert also expressed condolences to the victims of the explosion in the subway. “Terrible news from St. Petersburg: our condolences to all the victims and their families,” he wrote on Twitter.
He was joined by the Ambassador of Germany to Russia rüdiger von Fritsch. “The Ambassador: it is with great sympathy watching the tragic events in Saint-Petersburg. My thoughts are with the victims and their families”, reads the statement of the German Embassy.
“We Express our deep condolences to the relatives of the victims in the explosion in St. Petersburg and to the victims,” – said on the website of the Embassy of France in Russia on the social network Twitter.
The head of PACE Pedro Agramunt devastated by reports of explosions in the St. Petersburg metro, said in his Twitter account. “Devastated by the news from St. Petersburg, especially since I was there last week,” — said the head of PACE, who took part in the jubilee session of the CIS Interparliamentary Assembly in St. Petersburg, reports RIA Novosti
“A terrible tragedy, my thoughts are with the victims and with all those who suffered”, — said Agramunt.
Foreign Minister of Slovakia Miroslav Lajcak stated that he was shocked by reports of the explosion in the subway of St. Petersburg.
“Shocked at the bombings, in which 10 people were killed and dozens were injured in the subway of St. Petersburg. We must fight terrorism wherever it showed its ugly nature,” — wrote in his microblog on Twitter Lajcak.
The authorities of the Syrian Arab Republic strongly condemns the explosion in the St. Petersburg metro. On Monday the Agency SANA.
According to the Agency, Damascus strongly condemns the explosion in the subway of St. Petersburg, in which people died. The SAR government expresses sympathy to the families and friends of those killed and injured.
Prime Minister of Estonia jüri Ratas expressed sincere condolences to the people whose loved ones were injured in the explosion in the subway. “My sincere condolences to the relatives of the victims of the explosion in the subway of St. Petersburg. Wish a speedy recovery to the injured,” he said.
The foreign Ministers of the 28 EU countries expressed condolences in connection with the recent explosion in the St. Petersburg metro, said the head of EU diplomacy Federica Mogherini.
“Watching the news from St. Petersburg together with all the foreign Ministers of the European Union. Our thoughts are with all the people of Russia”, – said Mogherini
The U.S. Embassy in Russia also expressed his condolences, the press Secretary of the Embassy Maria Olson.
“We are shocked and saddened by the bombings in Saint-Petersburg in which result there are victims. With all my heart – go out to the victims and their families,” Olson wrote on his Twitter page.
Washington Times accompanied by information about the explosion at St. Petersburg’s underground photography from the rally on March 26: