Iran’s President Offers Condolences to Indonesia over Deadly Earthquake

In a message, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani condoled with his Indonesian counterpart Joko Widodo over the deaths caused by the deadly earthquake in the Southeast Asian state.

According to a report by IFP, in his message to Widodo on Saturday, President Rouhani expressed grief over the deadly quake in the Islamic country of Indonesia.

He went on to say that Iran is ready to render humanitarian aid to the Muslim people of Indonesia injured in the incident.

Rouhani also wished immediate recovery for the injured people and voiced Iran’s preparedness to take any necessary action to this end.

The 6.5-magnitude quake in Indonesia’s Pidie Jaya district damaged homes, shops and mosques on Wednesday, completely destroying hundreds of structures, Mehr reported.

At least 100 people were killed, including young children, and 136 seriously injured, according to Indonesia’s Disaster Management and Mitigation Agency.

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