Chinese officials mourn compatriots killed in Dasu


terror attack
The members of a Chinese cross-departmental joint working group and Chinese diplomats in Pakistan have mourned the five Chinese nationals killed in a terrorist attack in Dasu area.
Five Chinese and one Pakistani national were killed in an attack on the way to the Dasu Hydropower Project in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Laying flowers beside their portraits, head of the joint working group Bai Tian and Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Jiang Zaidong led the personnel to stand in silence and bow three times, CGTN reported on Saturday. Ma Mingwei, head of a working group from Energy China and China Gezhouba Group Corporation, said that the five deceased compatriots were excellent representatives of the company’s overseas projects and witnesses of China-Pakistan friendship.