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Embassy Opens Condolence Book For Air Asia Victims

The Indonesian Embassy in Suva is inviting members of the public to sign the condolence book for victims of the Air Asia Flight QZ8501 to express condolence of the tragic
03 Jan 2015 10:36
Embassy Opens Condolence Book For Air Asia Victims
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The Indonesian Embassy in Suva is inviting members of the public to sign the condolence book for victims of the Air Asia Flight QZ8501 to express condolence of the tragic incident from January 6-9.

The signing will be held at the Indonesian Embassy at the sixth floor of Ra Marama Building, in Suva.

A statement from the embassy said on Sunday, December 28, 2014 Indonesia was greatly shocked and grieved by the incident of Air Asia Flight QZ8501.

“It was informed by the AirAsia that the National Search and Rescue Agency of the Republic of Indonesia has confirmed on the December 30, 2014 that debris of QZ8501 had been found in Karimata Strait, around 110 nautical miles South West from Pangkalan Bun, Central Borneo Province, Indonesia.”

The statement said 155 passengers on board, with 137 adults, 17 children and 1 infant and also on board were two pilots, four cabin crews and one engineer.

The condolence book signing will be open from 11.00 – 13.00 and 14.00 – 15.30.

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