Brazil Solidary with Earthquake Victims

The Brazilian government has sent a message of condolences and solidarity for the victims of the earthquakes which occurred on Saturday in Pakistan, India and Afghanistan.
A note released by the Minstry of Foreign Relations expresses sympathy for the families of those who lost their lives.

So far there seems to be no Brazilians harmed by the earthquakes. Anyone wishing to locate a Brazilian believed to be in the area can access this internet site: dac@mre.gov.br where information can be requested.

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