The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, expressed his condolences to the people and the government of Mexico last Saturday for the unfortunate death of 66 people, due to an explosion recorded in a gasoline injection clandestine in the Tlahuelilpan pipeline, Hidalgo.
Through a declaration issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic, the Venezuelan government has extended its most "sincere words of encouragement and fraternity to this difficult situation".
Below, the complete declaration:
The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, in the name of the Venezuelan people, expresses his sincere condolences to the brother people and the government of the Mexican United States before the unfortunate death of 66 people after the explosion recorded in the Colonia San Primitivo, Municipality Tlahuelilpan, State of Hidalgo.
Faced with this tragic event, which cries and afflicts Mexican homes, in particular the families of the deceased and wounded citizens, the Bolivarian government deeply moved and moved, in a spirit of solidarity, extends its sincere words of encouragement and fraternity before this difficult situation.
On behalf of the Bolivarian people and government, we accompany the government of the United Mexican States, giving the opportunity to express our full support, our fraternity and our support, typical of the Bolivarian government and its people, after this event fatal.