Netanyahu in missive to Russia: We share your grief

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March 29, 2010 18:32

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu issued a statement where he expressed Israel’s solidarity and sympathy with the Russian people, following a bombing in the Moscow subway that left at least 38 people dead early Monday morning.

“In the name of all of Israel, please receive our condolences to the families of the murdered and our wishes of full recovery to the wounded. We condemn the terror attacks which caused so much grief to innocent civilians.

“As a nation that is a target to terror attacks, Israel expresses its deep solidarity and companionship with the Russian people in its hour of grief; we stand united with all enlightened nations in the struggle against terrorism which threatens all of human society,” Netanyahu said.


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