Saudi Arabia sends sympathies for casualties of Iraq medical clinic fire

Saudi Arabia said on Sunday it was profoundly disheartened over a fire that broke out in an emergency clinic in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, leaving a few group dead and harmed.

A fire started by an oxygen tank blast killed at any rate 82 individuals and harmed 110 at the Ibn Khatib medical clinic on Saturday that had been prepared to house COVID-19 patients.

“The Kingdom communicated its earnest sympathies and compassion to the groups of the people in question, and to Iraq, the authority, government and individuals,” the unfamiliar service said in an articulation.

The Kingdom likewise wished the harmed a rapid recuperation.

The UAE likewise offered its “true sympathies and compassion to the public authority and individuals of Iraq over the survivors of the difficult mishap,” and confirmed its fortitude with the country.