NATO, the EU and the USA expressed his condolences in connection with the explosion in St. Petersburg

Representatives of the European Union, NATO and the United States expressed condolences in connection with the explosion in the subway of St. Petersburg.

“The Embassy and consulates of the USA in Russia continue to monitor the situation in St. Petersburg after news of at least one explosion in the subway. Now that the government are working to assist the victims and establish the circumstances of the incident, our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families,” reads a press release of the us diplomatic mission, arrived in edition “”.

“Our thoughts are with the Russian people, and especially those who lost loved ones in today’s explosion in the subway of St. Petersburg. We wish a speedy recovery to the wounded,” — said in a communiqué issued by the European external action service, its content, reports “Interfax”.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, in turn, in the Twitter wrote that expresses its condolences to all the victims of the terrorist attack, their families and all Russians.

Day 3 April in St. Petersburg subway explosion. The bomb exploded in the train, who was in the stretch between the stations “Sennaya square” and “Institute of Technology”. According to the National antiterrorist Committee, killing 9 people, according to the city administration — 10. Suffered at least 20 people, two of them later died. Authorities have not yet qualify the incident as a terrorist attack.