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Rome, Italy, offers condolences to the families of the victims of the Sohag train accident



Today, Saturday, the Italian club Roma mourned the victims of a train collision in Sohag, which occurred yesterday noon and led to the death of 32 citizens and the injury of 161 others in the accident.


The official Roma Club page in Arabic published on the Twitter site, a tweet saying: "Everyone in Rome feels grief and pain for the victims of the train accident in Egypt, our condolences to you."


The English club Liverpool, a professional within its ranks, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, also offered sincere condolences to Egypt and its people, for the victims of the collision of the Sohag trains in Upper Egypt, which took place, Friday, wishing a speedy recovery for all the injured.


The Reds wrote, through his official account on Twitter: "Our hearts are all at Liverpool Club with the families and friends of those who lost their lives due to the Sohag train accident in Upper Egypt, and we wish a speedy recovery for all the injured."


Earlier, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, a professional in the ranks of the English Liverpool team, was keen to offer condolences to the families of the victims of the Sohag train accident, wishing a speedy recovery for all the injured, and the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah wrote on his Twitter account: “My sincere condolences to the families of the Sohag trains victims. I wish all the injured a speedy recovery. "

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