Russia condemns terrorist bombing in Turkey as "barbaric crime"

Russia's Foreign Ministry condemns the terrorist bombing in Ankara as a "barbaric crime" that "cannot be justified," and says its "organizers must be held accountable."

"This incident once again shows the necessity of uniting all states in the fight against international terrorism," the ministry says.

"We express our deepest condolences to the Turkish people," and "wish those wounded in this monstrous act a quick recovery," the statement says.

Last update: Thu, 18/02/2016 - 13:31
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