File Photo: German Consul General Dr. Rudiger Lotz taking to reporters in Quetta

Syed Ali Shah: 

QUETTA: Karachi-based German Consul General, Dr. Lotz Rodiger visited the Civil Hospital Trauma Center Quetta and inquired about the condition of the injured in the Mustang tragedy and presented them with flower bouquets and wished them a speedy recovery.

The Managing Director (MD) of, the Trauma Center, Dr. Azimullah Babar briefed the German Consul General regarding the treatment of the injured.

Germany strongly condemns terrorist attack

Talking to the media on this occasion, the German Consul General Dr. Lotz Rodiger said that Germany strongly condemns terrorism in Pakistan. “We stand by Pakistan in this hour of trial”, he said.

The CG condemned the incidents of violence in the strongest terms and has come to visit the injured in the light of the special instructions of the German government. The German Consul General appreciated the administration, doctors and staff for the excellent care of the injured.

Germany ready to provide support to Pakistan

Dr. Lotz said that Germany is ready to provide all kinds of support to its friend country Pakistan in economic, education, health and other fields. Germany understands Pakistan’s security issues, he mentioned. The German Consul General said that today was Germany’s national day and that Along with his team, he had come to Balochistan on this special day on the Mastung tragedy.

Mir Murad Baloch, Honorary Consul General of Germany in Balochistan and other high-ups were also present on this occasion.

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