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Georgia expresses condolences over terrorist act in Boston2013-04-16 14:49
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expresses condolences over the terrorist act in Boston, USA, the News-Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The Georgian Foreign Ministry expresses condolences to the families of those killed and injured," said in a statement by the Georgian Foreign Ministry issued on Tuesday, April 16.
According to the edition, under the information of the Foreign Ministry Georgian citizens have not suffered.
As recalled by the RBC, two explosions rocked in Boston on the eve on April 15, when the U.S. residents celebrated Patriot Day - an official holiday in honor of the first battles of the Revolutionary War against Great Britain, in particular, the battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19 1775.
On April 15, 2013. during the prestigious sporting event a terrorist attack took place. Immediately after the finish of the marathon two explosions thundered. As a result, three people were killed, more than 140 people have suffered.
The U.S. authorities have called the tragedy in Boston "a coordinated terrorist attack." According to the preliminary version, two unguided bombs triggered at the marathon finish line.