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Vietnam strongly condemns the brutal terrorist attack killing former Prime Minister of Pakistan
12-28-2007, 11:06 am

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS' SPOKESMAN - MR. LE DZUNG
ANSWERS QUESTION ON 28 DECEMBER  2007


Question : Please provide the Vietnam’s comment on the assassination of former Pakistan Prime Minister,  Benazir Bhutto.

Answer:
Vietnam strongly condemns the brutal terrorist attack killing former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mrs. Benazir Bhutto and many other civilians. We hope that the investigation of the attack will be soon completed and the instigators will be severely punished.

Vietnam expects that stability will  be soon restored in Pakistan so that the Pakistani people will be able to concentrate on national development.



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