Vucic sent condolences to Russia and said: We will deal with terrorism, you have support from Serbia!
- Serbia is horrified by this terrible act and feels the pain and sorrow of Russian people - written in the telegram of condolences
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic sent his condolences to the Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev, president of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, to Russian people and to family of the late ambassador. Telegram states:
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- On behalf of the Government of Serbia I express my deepest condolences for the murder of Andrey Karlov, ambassador in Ankara. Serbia is horrified by this terrible act and feels the pain and sorrow of Russian people. This shows once again that we must deal with no mercy and unscrupulously with terrorism, and that Serbia will provide support in any time to forces of peace - said in the telegram of Serbian PM.
First vice president of Serbian Government and Minister for Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic sent condolences where he strongly condemned this terrorist attack. He sent the telegram of condolence to his Russian colleague Sergey Lavrov.
- We feel with the pain of the family of murdered ambassador, of the Ministry of Foreign affairs and the entire Russia - said in the telegram of the head of Serbian diplomacy.
President of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic sent the telegram of condolences last night to the president of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and to family of the murdered ambassador, Andrey Karlov. President Nikolic strongly condemns the brutal murder of ambassador Karlov in Ankara and said that acts of terrorism are the biggest threat to global peace and security, which can only be stopped by joined forces.
Serbian President said that this is the most monstrous form of terrorism, adding that he was deeply affected by the news of the death of the Ambassador of the Russian Federation.
Russian Ambassador in Turkey Andrey Karlov died after being shot in the attack from the fire arms, at the opening of Russian art photo exhibit in Ankara.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)
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