EU leaders condemn Moscow airport bombing, offer help
Jan 24, 2011, 17:42 GMT
Brussels - Representatives of the European Union on Monday offered Russia their condolences and help after a suicide attack in Moscow's Domodedovo airport killed at least 35 people.
The head of the EU's executive, the European Commission, expressed 'shock and great sadness' for the 'cowardly terrorist attack.'
Jose Manuel Barroso also said EU transport commissioner Siim Kallas wrote to Russian Transport Minister Igor Levitin 'to offer any technical support or assistance that the Russian authorities may require.'
In a separate message, the chairman of EU summits, Herman Van Rompuy, said he was 'outraged' and called 'for those behind the suicide bomb to be tracked down and punished.'
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