The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expressed his condolences to the relatives of those who died due to the "Surmalu" explosion.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia sent a condolence message on its Twitter microblog to the relatives of those killed in the explosion of the "Surmalu" shopping center. "The news about the powerful explosion in Yerevan is shocking. We express our condolences to the relatives and friends of the tragedy victims. We wish a speedy recovery to all the injured. We stand in solidarity with our Armenian friends at this difficult moment," the ministry wrote on its Twitter page.
News about a massive explosion in #Yerevan, Armenia is shocking. Our condolences to the families & friends of the victims of the tragedy. We wish swift & speedy recovery to all those injured & stand in solidarity with our Armenian friends in this difficult time! @MFAofArmenia— MFA of Georgia (@MFAgovge) August 14, 2022
Special Envoy of Turkey, Serdar Kilic, expressed his condolences to Armenia15 August 2022, 12:03
I am deeply shocked by the news about the powerful explosion that took place in the open-air shopping center in the center of Yerevan.
Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to Prime Minister Pashinyan15 August 2022, 13:36
Please convey sincere sympathy and support to the victims' families.
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