Various organizations express grief on death of PM Meles
Addis Ababa, August 30 (WIC) - Various organizations have continued sending their messages of condolences on the death of PM Meles Zenawi.
According to a statement the Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent to WIC, TPLF Basic Organization and Ethiopian Community in Khartoum, Ethiopian Society in Kesela, FDRE Mission employees and Ethiopian community in Paris, Harare Association in Melbourne, Singapor, Malta, High Commission in London and Luxemburg Embassy in London have saddened by the death of PM Meles.
Similarly, Sudanese Ambassador in Ethiopia, Abdelrahman Mohamed Osman, French Development Organization African Department Director, Yves Boudot, Horn of Africa Inter Parliamentary Group French President, Louis Duvernois and Ethiopian Affairs Delegate, Pierre Yves Collobatt, South African and Bahimas High Commission Commissioners in London Dr. Zola Skweyiya and Paul Farquharson respectively have conveyed their commiseration.
Heads of various institutions in UK including Britain Parliament member Mark Pritchard Stehpen O’Brien, Ethiopian Friend Briton Paul Mcclory, South Sudan Ambassador in London, Adhieu, Yaak Reading City Pope in England, Rt. Revd. Andrew J. Proud, UK volunteers and staff of the International Planned Parenthood Federation employees, employees and management members of Sky Channel 184 of UK have stated their grief.
Ethio-Sudanese Friendship Association, African International University Students Association in Khartoum, Momein Hashim El Berair Travel and Tourism and Sudanese Association for Travel and Tourism Agencies have sent their condolences, it further noted.
Similarly, the Law office of Ghazi Suleiman and Partners, Imam-President of National Umma Party Al Sadig Al Mahdi, Bejan Congress Party, Eritrean People’s Democratic Party (EPDP) office of the Chairman, the Eritrean Justice Party and Eritrean Islamic Congress Coptic Orthodox Church of Omdurman, Norwegian Church Aid and Agape International Church Leaders and believers in Sudan have sent message of condolences.
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