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Chinese premier extends condolences to Pakistani PM over shrine blast
   2017-02-17 22:34:28    Xinhua      Web Editor: Zhang Peng

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Friday sent a message of condolences to his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif over a deadly terrorist attack in Pakistan's south Sindh province.

Thursday's suicide blast at a Sufi shrine at Sehwan district has killed at least 88 people and injured 343 others, authorities said.

In the message, Li said that China strongly condemns the deadly attack that has caused serious casualties.

On behalf of the Chinese government, Li mourned the dead and extended condolences to their families and the injured people.

China stands rock firm against all forms of terrorism, and will firmly support the efforts of the Pakistani government and its people to safeguard national security and stability and to crack down on terrorism resolutely, Li added.

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