Stars of the Russian show business invited Muscovites to take part in the evening in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg metro, which will be held April 6 at the Manege square. Related posts on their pages in social networks published, in particular, rappers Timati, Basta, comedian Garik Kharlamov and journalist Sergei Dorenko.
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Tomorrow (6th April) in Moscow rally in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg metro. Peter, we mourn with you. Come back tomorrow at the Manege square at 17.00 #Piermattei
In social networks there is a call to action at the Manege square (April 6 17:00) in memory of those killed in the attack people. Young boys and girls died. They have all just started, they had their own dreams that never will come true, grief can affect anyone. Come on share!!!#Piermattei
The event will start at 17:00. The participants will lay flowers and light candles at the memorial sign “hero-City Leningrad”. This will be followed by a concert, the leitmotif of which, according to organizers, will be “empathy and support for residents of St. Petersburg, sorrow for the victims and a clear answer to the terrorists, to intimidate and alienate the citizens of Russia they did not succeed”.
The attack occurred April 3 in the St. Petersburg underground train, EN route from “Sennaya square” to the “Technological Institute”. At the moment it is known about 14 victims.