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Japanese Ambassador extend condolences


7 June 2021 (TDI): H.E. Mr. Kuninori Matsuda, the Japanese Ambassador to Pakistan, extended his condolences to Pakistan amid the train accident in Ghotki, Sindh. The train accident took place a few hours ago wherein so far 40 people lost their lives with leaving 100 passengers severely injured. Mr. Kuninori Matsuda expressed his utmost grief and sorrow over the loss of numerous valued lives in this tragic accident. In his condolence message, the Ambassador conveyed his sympathies to the bereaved families while stating his prayers for the fast recovery of those injured.

‘Our thoughts and prayers are with the government, the people of Pakistan and with the families of those that have lost their loved ones in this unfortunate mishap. Please accept our heartfelt and deepest condolences. We wish for the speedy recovery of those that are injured.’

The Ambassador consoled the bereaved families by praying for the eternal peace of the departed souls and wished for those who have lost their dear ones to bear this considerable loss with resilience and equanimity.

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