Patriarch Kirill extends condolences over destructive earthquake in Mexico

Natalya Mihailova | 22 September 2017

His Excellency ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO

President of the United Mexican States  

Your Excellency

Dear Mr. President,

1375975383-600x340-600x340Kindly accept my profound condolences over the destructive earthquake in Mexico as a result of which many people have been killed, injured or left without a roof.

In this time of trial for your country, kindly convey my words of support to relatives and loved ones of the victims and wishes of a speedy recovery to the injured and fortitude to all those who have been affected by disaster.

I pray to Merciful God that those who suffer may be healed and those who mourn may find consolation and that the Mexican people may be granted courage and endurance in withstanding the trial fallen to their lot.

With profound compassion,

+ Kirill

Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia

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