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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka announced the identification of the bodies of 31 foreigners after the terrorist attacks in the country


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka reported identifying the bodies of 31 foreign nationals. All of them died as a result of a series of terrorist attacks in hotels and churches on the island.

Among the victims are eight citizens of India, six British citizens, two citizens each from Saudi Arabia, Turkey and China, one each from Bangladesh, France, Spain, Japan, Spain, the Netherlands and Portugal.

Two of them had US citizenship and British citizenship; two more were citizens of Australia and Sri Lanka at the same time.

Currently, the fate of 14 foreigners remains unknown.

As a result of a series of explosions that occurred in hotels and churches of Sri Lanka on April 21, at least 290 people were killed and hundreds were injured.

Associate Professor of the Department of Political Science and Sociology of the Russian Economic University. G.V. Plekhanov Alexander Perendzhiev in an interview with "Neva News" commented on what is happening in the country.

Source: russiart

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