Mongolia sends condolences to Poland

Mongolians express heartfelt sympathy for Poland’s tragic loss
On Tuesday, April 13, Mongolia’s Foreign Ministry organized a memorial gathering to extend deep sympathy to the families of Polish President, Lech Kaczynski, first Lady Maria Kaczynski, and high level state officials who died in a plane crash on April 10, 2010 near the Russian city of Smolensk. President Kaczynski, his wife,military chiefs and MPs were due to attend a memorial for the World War II Katyn massacre when their plane crashed near Smolensk, Russia. At the event, G. Zandanshatar MP, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia; D. Ochirbat MP; D. Dorligjav, head of the Presidential Office; MPs including D. Dondog, head of Mongolia-Poland Parliamentary Group; authorities of the General Headquarters of Mongolia’s Armed Forces; heads of diplomatic missions; Mongolian alumni of Polish universities and institutes, and representation of various NGOs signed a book of condolence to extend deep sympathy to families and relatives of the people who died and to the Polish government and people.
The event was co-organized by the Embassy of Poland in Mongolia and Mongolia-Poland Friendship Society

Following this tragic plane crash,President Ts.Elbegdorj extended his condolences to the people of Poland for the loss of their President, Lech Kaczynski, his wife M. Kaczynsky, and a distinguished delegation of
Polish civilian and military leaders. The Letter of Condolences reads: “Dear Mr. Bronislaw Komorowski, Marshal of the Sejm of Poland, I am writing to you to extend my deepest condolences to you and to the people of Poland. I was deeply saddened by the news of the tragic accident today that took the lives of President Lech Kaczynski, First Lady M. Kaczynski and many other members of the Government of Poland. The late President, First Lady and many others who lost their lives in this tragic accident were friends to the people of Mongolia, and the people of Mongolia will always remember the contributions they made to develop the relations between Mongolia and Poland. To the people of Poland and to the families who lost their loved ones, I extend my deepest condolences on the behalf of the people of Mongolia, for the tragic loss suffered by the people of Poland.”
T. Baasansuren, Director General of the MONTSAME News Agency and former Monolian Ambassador to Poland, also sent a letter of condolence to his Polish counterpart Valerie Sivinski, Director General of the Poland News Agency (PAP) in which he expressed deep grief and sympathy to Poland and the Polish people over their great losses on behalf of all Mongolians.


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