Moscow attack

Libya has condemned, in the strongest terms, the attack that targeted a commercial centre in Moscow, resulting in numerous fatalities and injuries.

Libya's Ministry of Foreign Affairs reaffirmed in a statement Saturday the nation's stance against all forms of terrorism aimed at innocent civilians.

The ministry extended its sincere condolences to the families of the victims and expressed solidarity with the people of Russia, offering profound sympathies to the Russian government.

On Saturday, an investigative committee disclosed that the death toll from the terrorist attack has risen to 133, with efforts ongoing to recover bodies trapped under the rubble. Authorities had previously warned that the casualty count might escalate substantially.

A local official stated that 121 individuals are currently receiving medical treatment in hospitals.

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