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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and expatriates: the situation of the wounded in the terrorist act in New Zealand is stable now.
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and expatriates: the situation of the wounded in the terrorist act in New Zealand is stable now.

The Ambassador of the State of Palestine continues his visit to the martyrs of the terrorist massacre in New Zealand and gives them the condolence on behalf of President Mahmoud Abbas and His Excellency Minister of Foreign Affairs and expatriates Dr. Riad Malki as he visited all the wounded, who are in the hospital, and confirmed that their condition is stable.

The Ministry asserts that the follow-up of President Mahmoud Abbas to the situation of the bereaved and wounded families and the Palestinian community in New Zealand was highly welcomed and appreciated by the Palestinian and Arab communities.

The Ministry and our Ambassador Ezzat Abdelhady will continue to follow the detailed and accurate analysis of this important and dangerous dossier.

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Postcode: P6028100  RAMALLAH PALESTINE

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