Tell Spain we understand
Upon hearing of the recent attack on Spain and the deaths of so many more innocent lives due to terrorism, I am reminded once again that this world has a long way to go to be at peace. So as a part of that journey, I would like to ask that people send a note of hope to the citizens of Spain, letting them know that we understand their shock and devastation and wish them serenity and peace.
The embassy mailing address is: Mr. Javier Ruperez, Ambassador; Embassy of Spain; 2375 Pennsylvania Ave. NW; Washington, D.C. 20037. E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, peacefully.
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