Armenia's consul in Volgograd visits Armenian women injured in deadly blast

December 30, 2013 | 15:10

YEREVAN. - Armenia's consul in Volgograd visited two Armenian women
injured in a deadly bombing at a railroad station.

`Consul Gagik Shahamiryan visited the girls and on behalf of the
embassy voiced readiness to provide possible assistance,' spokesperson
for Armenian embassy in Russia Eduard Jambazyan told Armenian

Susanna Grigoryan is in the intensive care unit. The doctors say Nina
Harutyunyan is in average critical condition.

The blast occurred at 12:45pm, Moscow time. According to data, an
undetected explosive device, presumably by a female suicide bomber,
was used. Nina Harutyunyan (born in 1981) and Susanna Grigoryan (born
in 1978) are among the injured.

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