Taiwan Expresses Condolences Over Sichuan Earthquake

According to a report on September 7th, Taiwan Government offered condolences for the September 6th earthquake in Sichuan province, saying that Taipei was ready to send a rescue team to the affected area to assist in relief efforts.

 Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen expressed her sympathy and concern for the victims of the earthquake in mainland China, and she hoped that the post-quake search, rescue, and reconstruction work would go smoothly and people could resume their normal lives as soon as possible.

 In addition, Taiwan’s fire department has assembled a rescue team consisting of 40 members, one search dog and five tons of equipment, ready to participate in the disaster relief in the affected area.

 As of now, Taiwan Government has been reportedly aware of no Taiwanese casualties, while the Chinese Communist Party has not yet indicated whether it would allow overseas search and rescue teams to assist with the operations.

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