European Council President Donald Tusk expressed condolences to the victims of the fire which killed at least 64 in the Russian city of Kemerovo on Monday, speaking from a EU-Turkey summit at the Bulgarian city of Varna on the same day. «Today we Europeans together with the Russian people mourn the victims of the tragic fire in the city of Kemerovo in Western Siberia. Our thoughts and hearts are... Еще with you,» Tusk said both in English and Russian during a televised statement. At least 64 people, including many children, were killed in the fire which engulfed the Zimnyaya Vishnya (Winter Cherry) shopping mall in Kemerovo.Emergency crews continue their rescue mission, with more people feared trapped beneath the rubble. On the same day, Tusk said that 14 European Union member states have decided to expel Russian diplomats in reaction to the Skripal case.