Head of the Mongolian state Natsagiyn Bagabandi sent a personal message to U.S. President George Bush in which he expounded his country's stand on combating international terrorism, the Mongolian presidential administration informed RIA Novosti Sunday. In his message Bagabandi noted that Mongolia condemns any form of terror and supports the world community's efforts to combat international terrorism. "The Mongolian people share the Americans' grief and mourn for innocent victims of the barbaric acts of terror of September 11," reads the message of the Mongolian president and stresses that "this bloody terror is a crime against freedom and democracy." The head of the Mongolian state informed George Bush about the fact that he instructed the government of Mongolia to resolutely support the world community efforts to set up an international anti-terrorist coalition.
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