Mongolia offers deepest condolences to Japan

On March 11, Mongolia’s President Elbegdorj Tsakhia sent a letter of condolences to the Emperor of Japan and the people of Japan. He wrote: “On behalf of the Mongolian
people and myself, I extend our deepest sympathies to You, Your Imperial Majesty the King of Japan and to the people of Japan for the loss of so many lives and property due to the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan. In our minds and hearts, the people of Mongolia are together with the people of Japan at this difficult time. We are confident that you will overcome the consequences of the natural disaster in a short period of time and bravely and patiently overcome these difficult challenges.” On March 13, Parliament Speaker D.Demberel expressed deep condolences to Takahiro Yokomichi, the speaker of the House of Representatives of Japan’s parliament; to Takeo Nishioka, the speaker of the House of Councilors and to the people of Japan for the loss of many lives and damage to properties caused by the deadly earthquake and tsunami. “On behalf of myself and the Parliament of
Mongolia, I offer my deep sympathies to the parliament of Japan and the Japanese people for the deaths of many people and losses to properties due to the strong earthquakes and tsunami. The Mongolian people are together with the people
of Japan in our hearts, and share the grief at this difficult time. We believe that you will eliminate the disaster consequences in a short period of time and will bravely and patiently overcome these hard challenges,” the letter of condolences
says.On March 11, Prime Minister S.Batbold sent a letter of condolences to Mr. Naoto Kan, his Japanese counterpart.

“Please accept deep condolences from me and our Government over the deaths of many people and the loss of property caused by the deadly earthquake and tsunami that occurred in Miyagi prefecture. We are confident that the industrious and diligent Japanese people will overcome the consequences of the natural disaster in a short
time,” the letter says. On March 12, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia offered deep condolences to the Government and people of Japan for loss of many lives and damage to properties caused by the deadly earthquake and tsunami that took
place in the northeastern part of the Pacific. “The government of Mongolia will give all possible prompt assistance to Japan’s government and people. The people of Mongolia are together with the people of Japan at this difficult time in our hearts. We are confident that you will eliminate the disaster consequences in a short time and will overcome these hard challenges,” the Ministry says.


Source:Mongol Messenger, English weekly newspaper of Monstame News Agency. Montsame is the official news agency of Government of Mongolia.

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