BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
The White House announced on Tuesday that the US President, Donald Trump, suggested the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, during the telephone conversation between them, "help" after the bombing by metro city of St. Petersburg, Russia.
A statement from the White House, "President Donald Trump spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned the attack, which took place in St. Petersburg and made deep to the victims and their families and the Russian people as a whole condolences."
He added that "President Trump suggested the full support of the US government in response to the attack, and those responsible for accounting, and agreed on the need to achieve the victory of a firm and fast on terror."
Little, the explosion took place underground in St. Petersburg, Russia at approximately 14:30 on Monday, April 3, 2017, killing 11 people and wounding more than 50 others injured, according to the data of Russian authorities.