Brest mourns for Kemerovo fire victims together with Russians

Brest mourns for Kemerovo fire victims together with Russians

Flowers and lighted lamps were laid on March 28 near the diplomatic mission of Russia in Brest after a fire in Kemerovo that claimed several dozen lives.

Brest residents send letters to the consulate general with words of support and sympathy for the families of the deceased. Today, the Condolence Book is open here, like in the embassy of Russia in Minsk.

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One of the first entries in the book of mourning was left by the chairman of the Brest regional executive committee.

Anatoly Lis, chairman of the Brest regional executive committee:
This is a common pain. The most important thing is of course that people perceive this as their own pain, because attitude to children is the same everywhere, in all countries.

The bodies of state power, as was said by the President of our country and the President of the Russian Federation, should look more closely at these things and not allow them.