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Plan to handle affairs of victims in terrorist attack
Updated: 2004-06-13 13:59

Chinese Foreign Ministry has worked out a plan to deal with the aftermath of the terrorist attack that killed 11 Chinese construction workers in northern Afghanistan, according to a news release by the ministry Sunday.

A working group, led by Cui Tiankai, Director-General of the Chinese Foreign Ministry's Department of Asian Affairs, was sent to Afghanistan on Saturday to help deal with the affairs of the victims in the terrorist attack, according to the news release.

The working team will convey the condolences and sympathy from the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee and the State Council, the news release said.

China's Foreign Ministry and the Chinese embassy in Afghanistan have taken measures to secure all assistance to the victims, and all the injured Chinese workers have been taken to a hospital in Kunduz.

The employer of the workers, the China Railway No. 14 Subsidiary Co., has dispatched teams to Afghanistan and the victims' hometowns, Jiangxi and Shandong provinces.

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