26/12 15:33

Kyrgyzstani bring flowers to the Russian Embassy

 Kyrgyzstani bring flowers to the Russian Embassy

Bishkek, December 26 / Kabar /. Bishkek citizens in connection with the crash of Tu-154 in Sochi, which killed 92 people, bring flowers to the embassy of the Russian Federation in Bishkek, light candles.

Bishkek resident Natalia Mishurova told Kabar Agency that she still cannot believe this tragedy, and especially the death of the head of the charity fund "Fair Aid" Elizaveta Glinka, known as Dr. Lisa. "I express my sincere condolences to the families of victims. We grieve together with Russia. We were particularly shocked the death of Dr. Lisa, this is an irreplaceable loss for all of us," she said.

It should be noted that on 25 December Tu-154 of the Russian Defense Ministry, which was heading to Syria, crashed in the Black Sea. According to data of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, there were 92 people on board - eight crew members and 84 passengers, including eight soldiers, 64 artists of the Alexandrov Ensemble, nine representatives of the Russian TV channels and the head of the charity fund "Fair Aid" E.Glinka.

Today national day of mourning is declared in Russia for the victims of the crash of Tu-154.


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