Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Rescue Services Ready To Assist

Russian Ministry of Emergencies has sent a telegram expressing sympathies to the US Ambassador to Russia with regard to the airbus crash near New York. The telegram signed by the head of the ministry Sergei Shoigu and all his subordinates extends sympathies to all Americans with regard to the today's tragedy. According to the information from the press service of the Ministry, it is mentioned in the telegram that Russian rescue services are ready to extend aid in eliminating consequences of the tragedy. Emergencies Ministry's Il 62 is fully prepared for transporting, in case of a summon, rescue parties and necessary equipment to the USA.

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