The Kremlin did not discuss the reasons for the lack of condolences from Obama
Moscow. On 3 November. INTERFAX.RU – The Kremlin does not think about the reasons why US President Barack Obama sent his condolences to the Russian people in connection with the plane crash A321, concentrating on helping the victims’ families.
“Perhaps it does not have to explain to the Kremlin” – said the press secretary of the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, answering the question of how the Kremlin explain the absence of the telegram from Obama.
Presidential spokesman stressed that the telegrams of sympathy from foreign leaders to act “very much.”
He also noted that during a recent meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, US Secretary of State John Kerry conveyed condolences “on the American people.”
According to Peskov, “for us the main thing now – this is the work of assistance to the families who lost their loved ones, and focuses on what all the attention.”
As reported, the A321 aircraft of Russian airline “Kogalymavia” route from Sharm el Sheikh to St. Petersburg crashed in the Sinai Peninsula. All on board were 217 passengers and seven crew members were killed.
The world mourns the victims of the crash A321