Source Pravda.Ru

President of Mongolia condemned hostage-taking in Moscow

President of Mongolia Natsagiyn Bagabandi was alarmed by the report that terrorists took hundreds of people hostage in Moscow.

This is said in a special message of the head of the Mongolian state to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The text of the message was received in the RIA Novosti bureau in Ulan Bator from the president's office in the morning on Friday.

"We, Mongolians, emphatically condemn any manifestations of terrorism, and at this difficult moment we are with all our soul and heart together with our neighbour - the Russian people", the message notes.

The head of the Mongolian state expressed full support for the actions of the president of Russia in the striving to settle this situation in a peaceful way so that the life of the innocent people would not suffer".

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