UKIP’s Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs spokesman James Carver MEP condemned yesterday’s devastating attack on innocent passengers of the St Petersburg Metro, which left 14 dead and dozens more injured.
Mr Carver said: “My heartfelt sympathy goes to all those affected by this atrocity and to the Russian people. It was nothing less than an act of sheer barbarism.”
“This is the fifth time Russia’s transport infrastructure has been attacked since 2007 - all of which have claimed serious loss of life.
“The fight against the terrorist is a global one and we must unite against this threat as well as uniting in grief.
“At the same time, we must also vow not to let our lives be dictated by the terrorist – the world will never submit to the terror of the bomb and the gun, no matter what. Good will always prevail over evil.”
St Petersburg metro explosion bomber is sushi chef from Kyrgyzstan who didn't say prayers
THE suicide bomber who killed 14 people on the St Petersburg metro system has been identified as a 22-year-old from Kyrgyzstan, the Central Asian country’s security service has revealed.