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Condolences to Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh in conection with the terror attacks in Mumbai

Thursday, 14 July 2011 11:39

     H.E. Mr Dmitry Medvedev, President of the Russian Federation, presented condolences to H.E. Dr Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of the Republic of India, in conection with  the terror attacks in Mumbai resulting in dozens of innocent citizens having been killed or wounded.

UNOFFICIAL TRANSLATION

 

MOSCOW, KREMLIN, JULY 14, 2011

 

ESTEEMED MR PRIME MINISTER,

WITH DEEP GRIEF AND INDIGNATION I HAVE LEARNED ABOUT THE TERROR ATTACKS IN MUMBAI RESULTING IN DOZENS OF INNOCENT CITIZENS HAVING BEEN KILLED OR WOUNDED.

THE INHUMAN CRIMES PERPETRATED AGAINST THE FOUNDATIONS OF CIVILIZED SOCIETY GIVE RISE TO ANGER AND CONDEMNATION. THEY CANNOT HAVE ANY JUSTIFICATION WHATSOEVER, AND THE MASTERMINDS OF THE TERROR ACTS MUST BE SUBJECTED TO THE MOST SEVERE PUNISHMENT. THE HEINOUS ACT COMMITTED IN INDIA REAFFIRMS THE NECESSITY OF CONCERTED EFFORTS IN THE STRUGGLE AGAINST TERRORISM.

PLEASE CONVEY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO THE DEAR AND NEAR ONES OF THE ASSASSINATED PEOPLE AND THE WORDS OF SINCERE SYMPATHY AND WISHES OF SPEEDIEST RECOVERY TO THE WOUNDED.

 

RESPECTFULLY YOURS,

DMITRY MEDVEDEV

 

HIS EXCELLENCY

DR MANMOHAN SINGH

PRIME MINISTER

OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA

NEW DELHI 

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