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No Russian citizen affected by terror attack in Jerusalem


09.01.2017

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According to Embassy of the RF in Israel, no Russian citizen was killed or injured in the terror attack occurred in Jerusalem yesterday, reports TASS. On Sunday afternoon, a heavy truck rammed into soldier crowd and left at least four dead and fifteen injured. The terrorist was neutralized on the spot.

President of the RF Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, and to the families of the dead and injured, wishing the latter a speedy recovery reports Kremlin website.

According to Benjamin Netanyahu, the same acts of terror have already been carried out by supporters of Islamic State terror group, banned in many countries, including Russia, several times. He reminded about the sort of terror attack carried out in France and Germany. Benjamin Netanyahu urged the global society to join their efforts in the struggle against “the new global sort of terrorist attacks”.

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