Messages of condolence following the wildfires in California

November 14, 2018
Japanese

  1. On November 14, following the wildfires that occurred in California, Foreign Minister Taro Kono sent the following messages to the Honorable Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State of the United States of America and the Honorable Gerald Brown Jr., Governor of California State.

    【To the Honorable Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State of the United States of America】
    “I am writing to express my deepest sympathies to the Government and the people of the United States as I learned of the devastating damages caused by the wildfires in California.
    Japan stands with the U.S. and its people at this difficult time.
    Let me send my prayers to the victims and hope the earliest possible recovery from this disaster.”

    【To the Honorable Gerald Brown Jr., Governor of California State】
    “I am writing to express my deepest sympathies to the Government and the people of California as I learned of the devastating damages caused by the wildfires in California.
    Japan stands with the U.S. and its people at this difficult time.
    Let me send my prayers to the victims and hope the earliest possible recovery from this disaster.”