UPDATED President Radev, Cabinet Condemn Terrorist Attack in Krasnogorsk

UPDATED President Radev, Cabinet Condemn Terrorist Attack in Krasnogorsk


President Rumen Radev expressed condolences to the families of the victims of the attack in Krasnogorsk through the Presidency's office X account on Saturday morning. A terrorist attack during a concert at Crocus City Hall in the outskirts of Moscow left at least 60 people dead on Friday night. The Council of Ministers echoed Radev's sentiment in a Facebook post, saying: "We unequivocally condemn terrorism in all its manifestations. We call for an investigation and clarification of the circumstances that led to the attack." CE Report quotes BTA

Radev's post reads: "I deeply deplore the terrible attack in Krasnogorsk, leaving more than 60 dead and many wounded. [Bulgaria] has always condemned all forms of terrorism and assaults against innocent civilians wherever and whenever these happen. Solidarity for the bereaved families and to the [Russian] people."

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