Earth-stricken Mexico not forgotten – OECS sympathies following earthquake

CASTRIES, St Lucia, Sep 21, CMC —The Commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) has conveyed deepest regrets to the Government and people of Mexico on the tragic loss of life and devastation caused by the recent earthquake in Mexico City on Tuesday –  the second to strike the country within the past two weeks.

OOECSThe Commission in a statement noted that it is saddened to hear of the tragic loss of life and damage to physical infrastructure caused by the earthquake.

“The people of the OECS region share the pain and suffering of the bereaved families and all others affected by this catastrophe, and join their Governments in extending to the Government and people of Mexico deepest condolences in this difficult period.”

“Our prayers and thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this dreadful disaster.”

Rescuers are still searching for survivors of  powerful 7.1-magnitude quake that killed more than 200 people.

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CASTRIES, St Lucia, Sep 21, CMC —The Commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) has conveyed deepest regrets to the Government and people of Mexico on the tragic loss of life and devastation caused by the recent earthquake in Mexico City on Tuesday –  the second to strike the country within the past two weeks.

OOECSThe Commission in a statement noted that it is saddened to hear of the tragic loss of life and damage to physical infrastructure caused by the earthquake.

“The people of the OECS region share the pain and suffering of the bereaved families and all others affected by this catastrophe, and join their Governments in extending to the Government and people of Mexico deepest condolences in this difficult period.”

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“Our prayers and thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this dreadful disaster.”

Rescuers are still searching for survivors of  powerful 7.1-magnitude quake that killed more than 200 people.