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Bosnian Foreign Ministry condemns Moscow terrorist attack

A special statement released by the Foreign Ministry of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo on Friday condemns the terrorist attack made by Chechen separatists who are holding hostages in Moscow's Theatrical Centre for the third day in succession.

The document reads that any action aimed at peaceful citizens can have no justification. The Bosnian Foreign Ministry called on the terrorists to release the hostages immediately.

The document stresses that reports of terrorist attacks coming from around the world once again confirms the need for "an energetic and global response to the threats of terrorists." The ministry is following the developing situation in Moscow with concern and awaits a speedy conclusion to the crisis, the release states.

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