New Zealand Embassy, Moscow, Russian Federation

New Zealand conveys condolences on Moscow metro bombing

The New Zealand Prime Minister, Hon John Key, on Tuesday conveyed the deepest condolences of the government and people of New Zealand to President Medvedev and the people of Russia regarding the appalling terrorist attacks in Moscow on Monday 29 March.  The Prime Minister strongly condemned the terrorist attacks against innocent civilians going about their ordinary lives and noted that the thoughts of the people of New Zealand were with the families and loved ones of those killed and injured.

 

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