April 19, 2024

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The Cuban President signs a book of condolences for the attack that occurred in Russia

The Cuban President signs a book of condolences for the attack that occurred in Russia

“We learned with deep pain about the attack that occurred on March 22 in a cultural center in the Moscow region, which witnessed unfortunate human losses and many injuries,” the head of state wrote.

He also renewed his condemnation of this barbaric act that caused so much pain and suffering to the Russian people, convinced that the unity of the Russian Federation will not be destroyed.

He also expressed the sincere condolences of the Cuban people and the Cuban government to the families and friends of the victims and his wishes for a speedy recovery for the wounded.

He stressed that the Russian people and the Russian government can always count on the solidarity and support of the Caribbean country.

The diplomatic headquarters of the Slavic giant in Havana expressed its sincere thanks for the friendship, solidarity and support of Cuban friends.

The President was accompanied by the President of the National Assembly of People's Power (Parliament), Esteban Lazo; Prime Minister Manuel Marrero; Vice President Salvador Valdes.

On March 22, a group of armed men opened fire on a crowd of people gathering for a rock concert at Crocus City Hall in the Moscow region.

The shooting was followed by a fire that, according to the Ministry of Emergencies, affected an area of ​​​​approximately 13 thousand square meters.

According to the latest official data, the terrorist attack killed 139 people and injured 182 others.

So far, 11 people involved in the attack have been arrested, including the four attackers who opened fire at Crocus City Hall.

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