Israel Conveys Condolence to Russia After 41 Killed in Plane Crash

Photo by Avi Ohayon/GPO on 6 May, 2019

By TPS • 6 May, 2019

Israel conveyed its condolences to Russia after at least 41 people were killed in a fire at a Moscow airport on Sunday.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: send his condolences to President Vladimir Putin and “the Russian people over the loss of life in the plane disaster in Moscow. We stand by the Russian people in this difficult hour.”

“Israel expresses its deep condolences following the flight disaster in Moscow and the terrible loss of life. Condolences to the bereaved families and best wishes of recovery to the wounded,” stated Israel’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon.

A plane crashed at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport due to a fire on board, and subsequently, 41 victims were consumed by the blaze, while 33 passengers had survived the incident.

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