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Prince Albert sends note to President Putin

Prince Albert sends note to President Putin

By Staff Writer - December 21, 2016

Prince Albert with President Putin at Kremlin in October.
Prince Albert with President Putin at Kremlin in October.

In a letter addressed to Russian President Vladmir Putin on Tuesday morning, HSH Prince Albert said he had been touched by the fate of the murdered diplomat in Ankara, referring to the assassination on Monday evening of the Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov.

“I learned with great emotion of the assassination yesterday in Ankara of HE Mr Andrei Karlov, Ambassador of your Country in Turkey,” the Monegasque sovereign wrote, “and I would like to express to you the feeling of repulsion we feel at this new manifestation of terrorism. ”

“I assure you, Mr President, of my great sadness and of my deepest sympathy,” Prince Albert added.

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