Indonesian Consul General dies of heart illness PO Editor-in Chief expresses grief

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City Reporter

Totok Prianamto, the Consul General of Indonesia died on Saturday in Karachi. He was a popular diplomat and worked tirelessly to promote bilateral trade & investment.
The statement issued by the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia said that the Consulate informs with deep sorrow and profound grief, the death of the Consul General, Mr. Totok Prianamto, who passed away due to heart-related illness on Saturday, 9th January 2021.
“On this sad occasion, the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Karachi affirms its deep appreciation and gratitude to the great role played by the late Consul General in supporting and enhancing Indonesia-Pakistan relations, in its various aspects. We honor his legacy and mourn his loss alongside his family and our friends, the people of Indonesia.”
Editor-in-Chief Pakistan Observer Faisal Zahid Malik has conveyed his heartfelt condolences to his family and the Indonesian Consulate staff.

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