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World leaders expressed condolences in connection with tragedy in Rostov

Мировые лидеры выразили соболезнования в связи с трагедией в Ростове

World leaders expressed condolences to the Russian leadership in connection with human victims as a result of the crash of Boeing 737 of airlines FlyDubai Rostov.

“The message about the fall of a passenger plane in the airport of Rostov summoned the people of Germany and to me personally great concern and sadness. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families. We mourn with you,” said German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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The grief of the people killed in the plane crash was shared by the President of Germany Joachim gauck. “In this difficult hour our thoughts go out to the passengers of the plane and their families and friends,” said the head of state.

German foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier in a telephone conversation with his counterpart Sergei Lavrov shared the grief of the Russian citizens. “In this difficult hour, I would like to Express its sincere condolences to the Russian people,” – said the German politician.

“After the disaster, it was important for me to say to the Russian people our solidarity,” – said in turn the President of France Francois Hollande.

With words of support addressed to the Russians was made by the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Torbern Jagland and the Chairman of the Council of Europe Donald Tusk.

UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan in his letter expressed his condolences and sympathy “to the friendly Russian people and the families of the victims”.

Passenger Boeing 737-800, flying from Dubai crashed in Rostov-on-don to 3.42 on Saturday. The plane crashed while landing in conditions of poor visibility.

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