May: Prayers of the British People Are with the Families who Have Lost Loved Ones in Kemerovo

Natalya Mihailova | 30 March 2018

British Prime Minister Theresa May has sent Russian President Vladimir Putin a formal letter expressing her condolences over the tragedy in Kemerovo, the British Embassy in Moscow said.

“Dear President Putin, I am writing to express my condolences following the tragedy at the Winter Cherry shopping complex in Kemerovo,” the letter, posted on the embassy’s Facebook page, says.

“The thoughts and prayers of the British people are with the families who have lost loved ones in such terrible circumstances,” May wrote.

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