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Unclear if Serbs were among victims in Moscow
29 March 2010 | 14:47 -> 16:21 | Source: Tanjug
MOSCOW -- There are no Serbian citizens among those injured in the Moscow terrorist attacks this morning; it' still unclear whether Serbs were among those killed.

Rescuers at the scene in Moscow this morning (Beta/AP)
Rescuers at the scene in Moscow this morning (Beta/AP)

Two suicide bombers attacked the city's subway, killing and wounding scores of passengers.

The Serbian embassy in Moscow has announced that there were no Serbian nationals among those hospitalized for their injuries.

But embassy’s adviser Olgica Vlahovi� stated that it had not yet been determined whether there were citizens of Serbia among those killed, since the identification was still in progress.

“So far we don’t have any information that our citizens have perished, our citizens are not on lists of the injured who have been placed in Moscow hospitals. There are still seven seriously injured indentified persons,” she said.

37 people were killed and several dozens were injured in two terrorist attacks believed to have been carried out by women suicide bombers.


PM offers condolences to Putin

Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovi� sent a telegram of condolences on Monday to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

"Please accept our deepest condolences for the tragic loss of lives of Moscow's citizens. The government and the people of Serbia feel deeply with the families of those killed or injured and with the friendly Russian people," Cvetkovi� said.
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