Weah consoles India
President George Manneh Weah has sent a condolence message to the Government and people of the Republic of India following the tragic terror attack in the Kashmir region of that Country.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says in a press release dated 19 February that the attack occurred in Kashmir and resulted to the gruesome death of more than 40 paramilitary police officers on Friday, 15 February.
In his message to Indian President Ram Nath Kovind, President Weah expresses his deepest sympathy and condolences to the Government and people of India on behalf of Liberia.
President Weah assures that as India goes through this difficult period of mourning, the people of Liberia stand with the peace loving people of India.
He condemns in the strongest terms, the uncivilized and ruthless act of cruelty inflicted on the vigilant people of India.
“I wish nothing less than fortitude and solidarity to the families of those officers as they endure this difficult moment of sorrow,” the release adds.
President Weah notes that as Liberians join other friends and partners of India in mourning the passing of the 40 Paramilitary police, he hopes that the people of India, especially the bereaved families will find solace in this hour of grief.–Press release