University's condolences due to the terrorist attack

St. Petersburg State University of Economics expresses sincere condolences to the victims and their relatives who suffered from terrorist attack on April 3 in the subway of St. Petersburg.

Terrorism knows no limits, it does not spare anybody and it is dangerous to everyone. This crime against civilians has been commited by those who have neither belief nor nationality. There are a lot of countries on different continents having suffered from rigid terrorist attacks. The aggression against our country and citizens can not be justified.

But, despite today's sorrow, we must resist ordeal intensively and, as a result, become even stronger against terrorism.

For centuries the country has been created as a powerful and independent country which has united the representatives of different nationalities.

We are sure that the unity of the Russian people and their strong will have to become the sufficient feedback to terrible actions of the terrorists and their accomplices who have commited a terrorist attack in our subway.

We have known sad news that can't leave indifferent any person at our university. On April 3, 2017, as a result of terrorist attack in the subway of St. Petersburg the third year student of faculty of informatics and applied mathematics Aryshev Maxim Vitalyevich tragically died.

The students and professors remember Maxim as an open and sympathetic person, a kind friend and a faithful companion who was always ready to support his friends. In our hearts Maxim will remain an easy- going person who liked to travel and collect rubber ducks.

Maxim's parents have said their son really loved the university, studying for him was a kind of pleasure. He often told  them about it. The Aryshevs' family express sincere gratitude to all students and proessors who helped with Maxim's searches, worried for him and everyone who supported and continue to support them in hard times.

We grieve together with the family. We still don't want to believe in Maxim's death. Let our common pain will unite everyone and reveal our good features.


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