Syria condemns terrorist acts hitting Russian city, expresses concern over the spread of terrorism internationally
Damascus, Dec 30, 2013 (SANA) – Syria on Monday vehemently condemned the two terrorist acts which hit Volgograd city, southern Russia.
An official source at Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said in a statement to SANA that Syria strongly condemns the two terrorist blasts rocking the Volgograd city, southern Russia, yesterday and today.
"Syria offers condolences to the friendly people and leadership of Russia for the causalities who were either killed or injured due to the blasts, expressing solidarity with and condolences to the families of the victims," the statement added.
The official source continued to say "Syria also expresses deep concern over the spread of terrorism internationally and the brutal crimes it causes to innocent citizens", urging the international community to combat this phenomenon, which has started to expand.
The source called upon countries supporting terrorism to comply with the international resolutions and provisions of the international law, and to stop supporting this phenomenon.
Two terrorist blasts targeted a railway station and a bus within two days in the aforementioned city, claiming the lives of tens and injuring many others.
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