President Dmitry Medvedev has insisted Russia will not compromise in rooting out terrorists in the wake of the deadly blasts on Moscow’s metro.
After holding a minutes silence for victims, the Russian leader met with security chiefs and other close cabinet tedheld a minutes silence for victims with top aids
‘‘We have to be vigilant. It’s clear that such attacks are always planned, organised to strike as many people as possible. Their objective is to create political and social instability.’‘
‘‘Sure I’m frightened to some extent. We live in Moscow, it’s like sitting on a powder key, but we shouldn’t panic.’‘
This man said,’‘I think it’s terrible when a blast happens right here.’‘ All these people were killed, I think it’s a war.’‘