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Georgian embassy confirmed: Georgian citizen fired in Baku academy2009-04-30 16:39
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Georgia expressed deep condolence over the tragedy occurred today in the capital of Azerbaijan.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The Georgian side unequivocally condemns this criminal act and expresses hope that the investigation will bring to light all details of the incident," the Ministry statement claims.
The Foreign Ministry of Georgia condolences to the people of Azerbaijan and especially to the families of the killed.
According to the recent messages, 17 people were killed, 11 wounded.
The tragedy occurred this morning in the 2nd corpus of the Azerbaijan State Oil Academy. An unknown man, according to tentative information - a Georgian citizen of Azerbaijanian origin, started firing at students of the academy, and then shot himself.