IRNA — The Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Pakistan expressed sympathy to the people and government of Pakistan over heavy rains and floods which resulted in the death of dozens of people.
Seyed Mohammad Ali Hosseini in his tweet on Thursday offered condolences to the families of Pakistan flood victims.
“Deeply saddened over the loss of precious lives due to heavy rains and floods,” he said.
The ambassador prayed Allah Almighty to forgive all those died in the flood-related incidents in Pakistan.
According to local media, torrential rains in various parts of the country, especially in the city of Karachi, have claimed more than 100 lives in recent days, destroying 1,000 homes.
Heavy rains continue even today in parts of Pakistan, and the local government in Karachi and some southern parts of the country has declared a state of emergency.