April 03, 2017 21:16
Georgian PM condoles with relatives of people killed in St. Pete metro (Part 2)
TBILISI. April 3 (Interfax) - Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has offered his condolences to the families and beloved ones of the people killed in the explosion in the St. Petersburg metro on Monday, the Georgian government press service said.
"I express a deep regret about the explosion in the St. Petersburg metro, which caused casualties. I express my condolences to the victims' families and beloved ones," Kvirikashvili said on a social network account.
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili extended condolences to Russia about the explosion in the St. Petersburg metro later on Monday.
"I extend deep condolences about the explosion in the St. Petersburg metro, in which people were killed. On behalf of the people of Georgia, I extend my condolences and express my support to the families of the victims and their loved ones," Margvelashvili said on a social network account.
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