Bangalore, Mar 29 (ANI): External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on Monday condemned the twin explosions that rocked two central Moscow metro stations.
Condemning the attacks, Krishna said India has moved a resolution in the United Nations General Assembly for a comprehensive understanding to fight terror across the world.
"India condemns this horrendous attacks and my sympathies go out to those who have been killed and who have suffered in this attack. Well, that is the reason why India has moved a resolution in the United Nations General Assembly for a comprehensive understanding to fight terror across the world," said Krishna.
"We hope that during the General Assembly in September, India's resolution will be taken up seriously," he added.
At least 41 people were reportedly killed in twin explosions in central Moscow this morning.
Following the incident, the Russian administration expressed suspicion over the blast being suicidal in nature.
The first blast took place at the Central Lubyanka station, killing at least 26 people.
Another 15 people were killed in a second explosion, at the Park Kultury station. (ANI)