Baltic officials have expressed condolences to the victims of a Moscow metro crash that left ten people dead on Tuesday.
Scores were taken to hospital after a train derailed in Moscow's packed metro during rush hour, city authorities said.
The accident is believed to be the most serious in the eight-decade history of the city's metro system, the world's busiest, the AFP news agency reports.
Posting on his Twitter account, Latvian foreign minister Edgars Rinkevics said: ''I would like to express my deepest sympathies to the family and friends of those killed in this horrible accident in Moscow. I also wish a speedy recovery to those injured."
Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet expressed his "deep sympathy to the loved ones of all the victims,"