Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has ordered a special security regime across the country’s transport hubs following a Moscow airport bomb attack.

By 9 pm of Jan. 24 (local time), at least 35 people were killed and 168 other injured, including two foreigners, in a suicide bombing at Domodedovo international airport .

The blast took place at 4.40 pm of Jan. 24. Meanwhile a Vietnam Airlines flight from Ho Chi Minh City to Moscow was about to land at 5.30 pm the same day. To date, there is no information relating to Vietnamese passengers’ casualty.

However, after the explosion, Russian relevant agencies had decided to ask Vietnam Airlines’ and other countries’ flights to move to Sheremetievo and Vnukovo airports for taking off and landing.

President Medvedev also ordered relevant agencies to recover the blast’s aftermath, including giving emergency aid and assistance to injured people.

The President canceled his tour of Davos to attend the World Economic Forum planned for this week.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin directed Russian officials and related agencies to conduct emergency measures to help families of death and injured people.

The Interfax news agency said investigators found the head of a 30-35 year-old Arabian man, who was thought suspected bomber of the attack.

Earlier, Russian security agencies had received a warn of an attack to a Moscow airport.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Jan. 24 strongly condemned the suicide bombin at Domodedovo airport while Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Aders Fogh Rasmussen showed its “solidarity” to Russia .

The same day, leaders of the US, UK, France, Bulgaria, Germany, Egypt, Jordan, Canada and Australia strongly condemned the cruel bombing.

Together with Sheremetievo, Domodedovo is one of the two largest international airport in Moscow. In 2010, the airport carried 22.3 million passengers.

The Jan. 24 suicide bombing at the airport is considered the largest ever from the beginning of the year and the second one after a bomb attack on the Moscow metro on March 29, 2010, which killed 40 people and injured more than 100 others./.