Chinese president extends condolences to Japanese emperor

08:18, March 15, 2011      

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Chinese President Hu Jintao on Monday offered condolences to Japanese Emperor Akihito over the massive earthquake that hit northeast Japan on Friday and pledged further help.

In a message, Hu mourned the dead and extended condolences to the Japanese emperor.

Hu also expressed the hope that Japanese people could overcome difficulties and rebuild their homes as soon as possible.

Hu said the Chinese government and people stand ready to offer necessary help.

Source: Xinhua

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