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Premier expresses condolences over Pakistani plane crash

Updated: Dec 8,2016 9:28 PM     Xinhua

BEIJING — Premier Li Keqiang sent a message to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Dec 8, expressing condolences over Pakistani plane crash on Dec 7 that killed all 48 passengers and crew members.

Premier Li said in the message that he was shocked to learn that a passenger plane unfortunately crashed in Pakistan, and all passengers and crew unfortunately died, including one Chinese national.

On behalf of the Chinese government, and in his own name, the Chinese premier said, he expressed deep condolences to the victims and sincere sympathy for their families.

A passenger plane of Pakistan International Airlines with 48 people on board, including one Chinese national, crashed in the country’s northwest Havelian area on Dec 7. No one survived the accident.