Visits of official figures and delegations from several countries continued to the Syrian embassies abroad to offer condolences and assistance to the victims of the earthquake that occurred in Syria recently.
Pakistani Minister of Foreign Affairs Bilawal Bhutto Zardari visited the headquarters of the Syrian embassy in the capital, Islamabad, and expressed his condolences to the victims of the earthquake, wishing the Syrian government and people to overcome this ordeal soon and that security, stability and peace would prevail throughout it.
Syria's Ambassador to Pakistan, Dr. Ramez Al-Rai, thanked the friendly government and people of the Republic of Pakistan for the humanitarian aid it provided to Syria.
In Cyprus, the Russian ambassador to Cyprus, Murad Zyazikov, visited the Syrian embassy in Nicosia and offered his condolences to the earthquake victims, expressing his deep sympathy and support for the Syrian people as a result of the disaster that befell the country.
The staff of the Russian Embassy delivered humanitarian aid to the Syrian Embassy in Nicosia for earthquake victims in Syria.
Today, the Syrian Embassy in Iran received another amount of humanitarian aid for those affected by the earthquake, including winter clothes provided by the Iranian merchant Nasser Boloujian, in coordination with the Popular Mobilization Organization of Iranian Merchants and Markets Syndicates to deliver them to the earthquake victims.
Minister Counselor at the Syrian Embassy in Tehran, Firas Al-Shanta, expressed his thanks and appreciation for these popular Iranian initiatives, which reflect the depth of relations between Syria and Iran and the two friendly peoples.
In turn, Balourjian confirmed in a statement to SANA reporter in Tehran that supporting the Syrian people affected by the earthquake is a humanitarian duty, indicating that he will soon send another shipment of humanitarian aid.
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