Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expressed condolences to families of those killed in a plane crash in the Yaroslavl region
The Georgian Foreign Ministry has expressed condolences to the families of those killed in plane crash of Yak-42 in the Yaroslavl region, which killed hockey players of club "Locomotive".
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses deep sorrow at the death of 43 people in a plane crash near Yaroslavl in Russia and condolences to the families and friends of the dead" - "Georgia-News" quoted the statement of the Georgian Foreign Ministry.
The Yak-42, carrying the hockey players of first team of Yaroslavl "Locomotive", fell at the area of settlement Tunoshna near Yaroslavl yesterday, September 7.
According to the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, 45 people - 37 passengers and eight crew members - were on the board. Two of them - player of "Locomotive" Alexander Galimov and steward Alexander Sizov - survived and now are in serious condition.