Vietnam-Sri Lanka Friendship Association offers condolence to Sri Lanka
President of the Vietnam – Sri Lanka Friendship Association Pham Van Linh recently sent his condolence message to the Sri Laka-Vietnam Solidarity Association.
The aftermath of a bombs blast in a church in Sri Lanka. Photo: Reuters
"We are deeply saddened by the bombs in Sri Lankan churches and hotels on April 21, 2019, causing numerous human casualties" he wrote.
On behalf of the Vietnam-Sri Lanka Friendship Association, President Pham Van Linh extended his sympathy and condolence to the Sri Lanka-Vietnam Solidarity Association as well as the government and people of Sri Lanka for the losses. ‘We sincerely hope that you will soon get through this difficult time.” the message emphasized.
On the occasion, the Vietnam – Sri Lanka Friendship Association also extended regards to the Sri Lanka-Vietnam Solidarity Association
At least 207 dead and 450 injured were reported in the eight bomb explosions at three churches, four luxury hotels and a house in Colombo and the neighboring areas across Sri Lanka on April 21./.
( P.Y )