Source Pravda.Ru

Vietnam denouncing terrorist act in Moscow

Vietnam strongly denounces the terrorist attack in Moscow, says the official statement of the country's foreign ministry released on Friday.

"We are following the events in Moscow with special attention," the document goes on. "We believe this terrorist attack absolutely inadmissible and unforgivable. We strongly denounce this act of terrorism and call for immediate and unconditional release of all the hostages," according to the statement.

Vietnam's foreign ministry expressed its sincere condolences to the government and people of the Russian Federation, to the hostages and their relatives and friends.

"We believe that the efforts of the Russian government will lead to a favourable and quick resolution of the problem," the statement points out.

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