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Odisha train crash: World leaders extend condolences for victims

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Condolences from across the world have poured in for the victims of the Odisha train crash. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-Wen, Canadian President Justin Trudeau, European Council President Charles Michel,  Australian Foreign Ministry Penny Wong, and American Envoy to India Eric Garcetti have sent their condolences to those affected by the train accident. 

In a tweet Taiwan President Tsai Ing-Wen said, praying for everyone affected by the train accident in India and hope that rescue operations can save all those in need.


European Council President, Charles Michel said they wish a speedy recovery to all the victims. European Union stands ready to provide assistance in any way they can. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at this difficult time Canadians are standing with the people of India.

Australian Foreign Ministry Penny Wong also expressed their deepest sympathies for the devastating train crash. Expressing condolence, US envoy Eric Garcetti said they stand with India and the people of Odisha in this time of grief. 

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