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The head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin expressed condolences in connection with the crash of An-148 aircraft in the Moscow region. He wrote about this in his Twitter.
“I Express my condolences to the families of those killed in the plane crash near Moscow”, — wrote Klimkin.
Subscribers Klimkin with the Minister’s position is not agreed. “Take this tweet! Disgrace. Another funeral hit the road, fellow memory to honor. This *** [the horror], to be honest,” wrote a user under the nickname Succesrate. The message the user typed more than a hundred likes.
“How can You sympathize on behalf of Ukraine?! Are dying every day best the Ukrainians in the war unleashed by Russia! How many condolences you have received from [the Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey] Lavrov?! And do not say that ordinary Russians are not to blame! That they are fighting in the Donbas seized the Crimea! You traitor! Abomination!”— I’m sure some of Galina, which the huskies was supported by 90 people.
“I want to Express my condolences to his brothers? Get yourself an account with the nickname Moksha-*** [homosexual] and his jacket on the avatar, and Express. And not on behalf of the Ukrainian people, who pays your salary, whose territory occupied your brothers and kill Ukrainian soldiers for the fourth year,” reads a message from the account Team of ZinaPortnova received more than 130 likes.
“You, bitch, you can be such creatures? There is a war with the Russian world! Almost every day, wounded and killed young boys at the front, where your sympathy with the bereaved families? You bastard, Klimkin (Lisp)”, — stressed user olejansik.
“Express [condolences] like who? The representative of the Ukrainians? The citizen of the Russian Federation? Dude on the plane on the avatar? Ala! Destroyed the enemy in the amount of about 60 people,” wrote user resumeservice.
Day on February 11, in the Ramenskoye district of the Moscow region crashed the plane An-148 of “Saratov airlines”, EN route from Moscow to Orsk. On Board were 71 people — 65 passengers and six crew members, they all died. In fact the incident initiated a criminal case on violation of safety regulations, entailed on imprudence death of two and more persons (part 3 article 263 of the criminal code). Among the preliminary causes of the incident, weather conditions, human factor and the technical condition of the liner.
Video, photo All from Russia.