Nicaragua expresses its solidarity with Japan after flood tragedy
6 de julio de 2020, 16:4Managua, Jul 6 (Prensa Latina) The Nicaraguan government sent on Monday a message of solidarity to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for the floods in the southwest of that country, which brought about over 50 deaths.
The letter signed by President Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo highlights the solidarity that has always united the peoples of the two countries.
'We offer to you our sincere condolences for the tragedy that has occurred in the southwestern region of Japan, where dozens of people have died and life has been altered in homes and communities of that sister nation,' starts the letter.
'With our appreciation of the evident efforts made by Japan's government to save lives, you and the affected families receive the love and prayers of the Nicaraguans, who are always waiting to accompany with respect and appreciation to Japan, its authorities and its people, in situations like these,' concludes the short message.
The Asahi Shimbun daily reported on Monday that the recently rainfalls are unprecedented and the most serious damages are registered in the southwest of the country.
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