In the light of yesterday’s tragic incident of the Ramses Railway Station, political figures have been sending out their condolences to President El-Sisi, expressing their deep sorrow for what had taken place.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman sent out a cable of condolences, “We have learned the news about the fire that broke out in Ramses Railway Station in Cairo, and resulted in deaths and injuries,” the Saudi king said, adding: “We send your highness, the families of the deceased and people of the Republic of Egypt, on the behalf of the Saudi people and government and on our behalf, the deepest and sincerest condolences.”
Yemen’s President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi and Sultan Qaboos bin Said of Oman, also mourned the death of innocent victims, and a statement by the Jordanian Press Agency extended the condolences of King Abdullah II.
Pope Tawdros II of Alexandria, sent out his condolences on behalf of the Orthodox Church, “We pray for families of the victims that may god bless their souls and grant the injured full recovery,” an official statement from the church said.
It’s fair to say that the whole country is mourning the horrific deaths of all those innocent people, and everyone is now sending out messages to donate to those who were injured; in the hope for their quick recovery.
President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi said that he has issued order for the government to shift all attention to the incident, and identify whoever is responsible for it. He also added that the injured are provided with the medical help needed, and hopefully will recover soon.