South Korea’s President and Prime Minister have expressed their thanks to Hungarian authorities for their relentless efforts to recover bodies from the sightseeing boat tragedy.
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon has sent a letter to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to thank his condolences sent over the Danube ship collision and thank the Hungarian government for its support.
The tragic accident has deeply saddened the Korean people, Lee Nak-yeon said, expressing thanks to the Hungarian government for its active support and cooperation. He said that the precaution and support showed during operations to find and rescue those who went missing have given the Korean government and the country’s people great hope and consolation.
The South Korean premier said he sincerely hoped that the joint efforts to overcome the situation will further strengthen the friendship and mutual trust between the two nations.
Meanwhile, South Korean President Moon Jae-in has expressed his thanks to Hungarian authorities for their relentless efforts to recover the bodies from the tragedy.
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