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Arab Parliament Speaker condoles Emirati humanitarian work martyrs

posted on 12/01/2017: 1401 views



CAIRO: The Arab Parliament Speaker Dr. Mishaal bin Fahm Al-Salami, has condemned the terrorist attack on the headquarters of the Governor of Kandahar province that led to the death of five Emiratis tasked with carrying out humanitarian, educational and developmental projects in Afghanistan.

He stressed the Arab people's backing of the UAE President, government and people in this tragic incident, calling for the intensification of international community's efforts to confront terrorism and liquidate its funding in order to eliminate its threat to the security and stability worldwide.

Al Salami extended his sincere condolences to the UAE government and the people in this great loss, praying to Allah Almighty to rest the souls of martyrs in peace and bestow solace and patience on their families. – Emirates News Agency, WAM -http://www.wam.ae/en/news/international/1395305789875.html

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