Nigeria Conveys Sympathy to Russia Over Moscow Attack

The Federal Government of Nigeria has extended its heartfelt sympathies to the Russian Federation following the tragic attack that occurred in Moscow.

Ambassador Yusuf Tuggar, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, expressed Nigeria’s condolences in a statement, conveying solidarity with the Russian Federation in the wake of the devastating incident. The attack, reported to have claimed the lives of 60 individuals at the Crocus Concert Hall in Moscow, has left over a hundred others injured.

“We convey our deepest condolences to the people and government of the Russian Federation on the tragic attack carried out at the Crocus Concert Hall in Moscow,” stated Ambassador Tuggar.

He further expressed Nigeria’s prayers for the swift recovery of those injured, emphasizing the nation’s support and brotherhood during this challenging time.

In a show of solidarity, Nigeria extended its sympathies and condolences to Russian President Vladimir Putin, underscoring the shared grief over the loss of innocent lives in the tragic event.

The Federal Government’s message of sympathy highlights the importance of international solidarity and support during times of crisis, reaffirming Nigeria’s commitment to standing alongside the global community in times of adversity.

The statement was released by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

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