Kazakh President offered condolences to Indonesian President over tsunami victims
The Kazakh head of state wished fast recovery and reuniting with families.
Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev with deep sorrow received the news on many victims and those who suffered in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, an official website of the Akorda reports.
"Sharing the irrevocable loss of the friendly people of Indonesia, I and on the behalf of entire Kazakhstan's people offer condolences to each of you, and to relatives and close people of those died in the aftermath of the tsunami," reads the letter.
Also, the Kazakh head of state wished those suffered fast recovery and reuniting with their families.
Earlier, the Kazakh Foreign Minister noted that following the preliminary data there were no Kazakhstani citizens among those killed and suffered in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
We note a 7.5-magnitude earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi September 28, that caused the tsunami. Earlier it was reported that 420 people had died. Thousands of homes, hospitals, shopping centers and hotels in the city of Palu collapsed, including the city's main highway and the central bridge.
The Indonesian capital city of Jakarta holds the Summer Paralympic Games these days. Almaty saw off 91 athletes representing Kazakhstan at the Games.