The Prime Minister also went to the Russian Embassy to express his condolences



The Prime Minister of Uzbekistan, Abdulla Aripov, visited the Russian Embassy in Tashkent today, March 25, to offer condolences to the Russian people. He conveyed his sympathies through Ambassador Oleg Malginov, as reported by the Prime Minister's press secretary, Bekzod Hidoyatov.

Earlier, the Prime Minister had sent a letter of condolence to Mikhail Mishustin, the Prime Minister of Russia, following the terrorist attack at the "Crocus City Hall" complex near Moscow, which resulted in fatalities and injuries on March 22.

On the night of March 22, a terrorist incident occurred at the "Crocus City Hall" in Krasnogorsk, near Moscow.

Recalling that on March 22, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev of Uzbekistan extended condolences to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan denounced the Moscow terrorist attack. President Mirziyoyev reiterated his condolences in a phone call to Putin on March 23. Tanzila Norboyeva, Chairman of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis, also conveyed condolences to Valentina Matvienko, Chairman of the Federal Council of Russia, and Vyacheslav Volodin, Chairman of the State Duma.

Additionally, officials including Nuriddinjon Ismoilov, Speaker of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan, Akmal Saidov, his first deputy, Ulugbek Inoyatov, leader of the People's Democratic Party of Uzbekistan faction, Sodiq Safoyev, first deputy chairman of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis, Polat Bobojonov, Minister of Internal Affairs, Bakhtiyor Saidov, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and several others, visited the Russian embassy in Uzbekistan to express their condolences regarding the terrorist attack.


Rossiya O'zbekiston terakt elchixona Abdulla Aripov

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