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Iran embassy opens memorial book in Dublin

London� Iran's embassy in Dublin, Ireland, opened memorial book in honor of Sanchi oil tanker victims on Wednesday.

Ireland parliament Speaker Sean O'Fearghail attended the embassy and expressed his deep sorrow and sympathy with victims' families and extended his condolences to the Iranian government and nation.

Diplomats, representative offices, political and religious characters signed the memorial book.

Iran's flag was flown in half-mast in the country's embassy in Dublin in honor of oil tanker victims.

Chinese cargo ship carrying wheat collided with Iranian oil tanker carrying 130,000 tons of gas condensates on January 6, and all 32 crew members, including 2 Bangladeshi nationals, were killed.

Source: Islamic Republic News Agency


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