Medvedev expressed condolences in connection with terrorist attacks in France

MOSCOW, November 14. Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev expressed deep condolences to his French counterpart Manuel Valls in connection with numerous victims in the result of a series of terrorist attacks in Paris.

“We share the grief and pain of the French people. Terrorist crimes do not and cannot be justified. The tragedy in Paris requires all of us to unite in the fight against extremism, firmly and decisively to the terrorist attacks,” – said Medvedev.

The Prime Minister asked to convey words of sympathy and support to relatives of victims and wishes of speedy recovery to the injured.