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Condolence Book Signing

A number of tearful tributes have been left on the condolence book for the victims of the AirAsia Flight QZ8501 that crashed in December 28, last year The book was
10 Jan 2015 10:39
Condolence Book Signing
British acting High Commissioner Daniel Salter signs the condolence book in remembrance of the AirAsia flight victicms. Photo: Indonesia High Commission

A number of tearful tributes have been left on the condolence book for the victims of the AirAsia Flight QZ8501 that crashed in December 28, last year

The book was made available by the Indonesian Embassy in Suva for those who wish to convey their condolences.

On board the flight were 155 passengers with 137 adults, 17 children, one infant, two pilots, four cabin crews and one engineer.

Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China Huang Yong was one of the first to sign the condolence book.

“Please accept my sincere condolences to all victims and their families,” Mr Huang wrote.

French Ambassador Michel Djokovic said he was deeply grieved to learn about the tragic incident.

“I wish to convey my most sincere condolences and deepest sympathy to the family of the victims,” he said.

Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation Andrew Jacobs said he conveyed his deepest sympathy to the loved ones of all the victims.

“On behalf of the EU, I offer my condolences on the dreadful tragedies that had befallen Indonesia lately,” Mr Jacobs said.

Acting British High Commissioner Daniel Salter said they gave their sincere and deepest condolences for the terrible loss.

“The sympathies of Her Majesty’s Government and the people on United Kingdom are with all those affected.”

Yesterday was the last day for the condolence book signing.

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