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The Georgian Foreign Ministry expresses its grief over the explosion in Bulgaria
12:15 19.07.2012
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The Georgian Foreign Ministry wishes to express its deep grief over the explosion which struck Burgas' airport in Bulgaria on the 18th of July.

The Georgian Foreign Ministry condemns terrorism in any form and conveys its condolences to the families of the victims.

We will recall you that yesterday, explosion occurred in Bulgaria, at Burgas’ airport, which left eight dead and many seriously injured.

 

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