President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov sent deep condolences today to the Emperor of Japan, Naruhito and the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe in connection with the incident, the country's powerful Typhoon, which led to numerous deaths, injuries and widespread destruction, said the press service of the head of state.
"On behalf of the people and Government of the country and personally the President of Turkmenistan conveyed words of deep empathy and support in this difficult time, victims' families and wishes a speedy recovery to the injured," reads the telegram of condolences.
Victims of the most powerful in 60 years in Japan Typhoon "Hagibis" have become 56 people, said on Monday the Russian news Agency Interfax with reference to NHK.
In addition, 15 people are missing, more than 204 people are injured.
Typhoon Hagibis arrived in Japan on October 12. The main blow of the disaster took over the largest island of Japan – Honshu.
Due to the Typhoon, several Rugby world Cup matches were cancelled in Japan, which angered many fans of the sport, as the matches were declared draws, which affected the standings.