Pakistan stands with Russia in this hour of grief: FO

Islamabad – The Foreign Office Monday expressed deep condolence over the tragic crash of a Russian passenger aircraft.
It said “Government and people of Pakistan express their deep condolences over the tragic crash of a Russian passenger aircraft, resulting in the loss of seventy-one precious lives.”

Pakistan has conveyed its deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families, according to a statement issued by Foreign Office.

The people and the Government of Pakistan share the pain of the people and the Government of the Russian Federation and stand by them in this hour of grief, it added.

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