Nine country’s foreign diplomats visit terror hit army school Peshawar

PESHAWAR Jan 11: Foreign diplomats of nine  countries today visited the Army Public School Peshawar which was attacked by the militants last month, killing 150 innocent people including 134 students.

The envoys also met Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Sardar Mehtab Khan Abbasi and condoled the deaths of innocent people. The APS faced a deadliest attack on December 16 last when militants stormed the school and killed 150 people including children.

Later the diplomats also visited CMH Peshawar to show solidarity with the bereaved families of APS Peshawar attack and inquired about well being of injured students.

The visiting dignitaries lauded the sacrifices and resolve of Pakistani Nation in their fight against terrorism. The delegation included the ambassadors of Australia, France, Germany, KSA, Netherland, South Korea, Turkey, UAE and UK.