Russia is ready for close cooperation with France on all anti-terrorism issues, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said in a message to French President Francois Hollande after the terrorist attack in Nice, Sputnik reported July 15.
Putin expressed condolences to Hollande after Thursday’s attack in the French city of Nice, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters July 15.
“President Putin sent a telegram to his French counterpart President Hollande, in which he expressed deep condolences after this inhumane, barbaric terrorist attack,” said Peskov.
He added that Russia stands in solidarity with the people of France in these difficult days and fully shares its pain.
Russia remains ready for close counterterrorism cooperation with France following the deadly attack in Nice, Putin said in a message to Hollande.
“The cruelty and cynicism of this crime, committed on your National Day, is astonishing. We have again seen that terrorism is absolutely unfamiliar with human morale, its victims are innocent civilians, including women and children,” Putin said, as quoted by the Kremlin press service.
He reaffirmed that Russia is ready for “the closest cooperation with France and other international partners in all areas of counterterrorism” and believes in the need for humanity to unite in this fight.
Source: Trend News Agency