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  • トニー・ブリス
    トニー・ブリス
    世界銀行
    エネルギー・運輸・水局
    世界道路安全部長
    Tony Bliss
    Lead Road Safety Specialist
    Transport Division
    Energy, Transport and Water Department
    The World Bank

    To the people of Japan:

    We are hurting with you, your communities and your country, and our hearts reach out to you to say the things that words alone cannot say. We admire your calmness, compassion and courage; and shining through these great virtues we see your inner capacity to rebuild your lives and your society, despite the destruction and despair you must endure, to become even stronger and greater than you are right now. It will be a long journey for sure, but we have faith in your resilience and vision, and we know that you will get to a better place in the end. And be assured that there are many of us elsewhere in the world that care deeply for you and wish you the very best in your daunting struggle.

    Kind regards

    Tony

  • アンドリュー・ピアース
    アンドリュー・ピアース
    国際赤十字赤新月社
    グローバル・ロード・セーフティ・パートナーシップ
    事務局長
    Andrew Pearce
    Chief Executive
    Global Road Safety Partnership
    International Federation of
    Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

    Dear Shinzo,

    We are all here in Europe thinking of you in Japan. It must be very, very difficult. We are sure though that the Japanese people will work together to overcome this natural disaster.

    I have attached a letter of good wishes from all of us in the Global Road Safety Partnership, which can of course be printed.

    I wish you the very best of luck with the difficult times ahead, and do let me know if we can be of any assistance,

    Kind regards,

    Andy

  • ロドルフォ・シェーネブルグ
    ロドルフォ・シェーネブルグ
    ダイムラーAG
    メルセデス・ベンツ
    耐久/機能/Passive Safety
    部長
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rodolfo Schöneburg
    Director
    Mercedes-Benz Cars
    Development Passive Safety,
    Durability,
    Veh. Functions
    Daimler AG

    Dear Shinzo-San,

    We gladly support your efforts with a statement of encouragement.
    The Safety Department of Mercedes-Benz has the greatest sympathy for the Japanese people affected by the tragic catastrophe.
    Our mission is to save lives in vehicles - and we hope that our company's 2 Million Euro immediate action cash donation will lead to lives saved in Japan.
    Our thoughts are with you and your people.

    You may quote our official statement on your website, if you like:

    Daimler AG is providing two million euros as immediate aid for the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
    The donation is intended to support the disaster relief and aid actions in the northeast of the country.
    Further activities will follow this initial immediate action, possibly including the provision of material supplies.

    Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG: "The consequences of the earthquake in Japan are still hard to comprehend. This is all the more reason for us to demonstrate our active solidarity with the people affected by making this donation."
    Daimler has approximately 13,000 employees in Japan through its subsidiaries Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation, Mercedes-Benz Japan, as well as Daimler Financial Services.
    In addition, Daimler has long-standing retail and cooperation partners in Japan, including Nissan.
    The donation is to be made available as financial support for the aid organizations on the spot.
    The final selection will take place in the next few days.

    With kind regards

    Rodolfo

  • ピーター・ライフェルト
    ドイツ連邦運輸省交通研究所
    所長
    Dr.-Ing. Peter Reichelt
    President and Professor
    Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt)

    Dear Shinzo-san,

    Following a minor knee operation, I am currently not in my office at BASt, but I am tracking the situation in Japan each day. All the pictures of Japan we can see show us human suffering and material damage to an extent that has been unimaginable thus far for many of us.

    Like you, we are hoping that the catastrophic situation can be mastered and that there will be no greater suffering. I shall do everything in my power to get our economic and business relations back to normal once the situation has improved and we will go ahead with our visit as soon as possible.

    Until then I wish you and your family, friends and colleagues everything of the best and the courage and determination to overcome this disaster.

    Yours sincerely

    Peter

  • アンドレ・ジーク
    アンドレ・ジーク
    ユーロNCAP
    チェアマン
    ドイツ連邦運輸省交通研究所
    自動車工学部長
    Andre Seeck
    Chairman
    Euro-NCAP
    Director and Professor
    Head of Division
    Automotive Engineering
    Federal Highway Research Institute(BASt)

    All the Germans have deep sympathy with the victims of the disaster in Japan and with their families. I am really shocked about the consequences of the earthquake and the Tsunami which have hit your beautiful country. Please receive my compassion with all of you! I pray for the people in Japan and hope that Japan recovers soon back to a very beautiful and strong country, as I have seen it during my visits!

    Best regards

    Andre

  • エティエンヌ・クルッグ
    エティエンヌ・クルッグ
    世界保険機構
    Injuries and Violence Prevention部
    部長
    Etienne Krug, MD, MPH
    Director
    Department of Injuries and Violence Prevention
    World Health Organization(WHO)

    Dear Shinzo,

    we have all been shocked by the terrible disaster that has struck Japan. Even for such a well prepared country as Japan is, the consequences are terrible and will be long-lasting. We keep all of you in our thoughts. Best wishes

    Etienne Krug

  • ソウル・ビリングスリー
    エフアイエー・ファウンデーション
    事務総長代理
    Saul Billingsley
    Deputy Director General
    FIA Foundation

    Dear Shinzo

    Like the whole world we are watching with great concern the disaster in Japan. I feel desperately sorry for everyone in Japan for the appalling tragedy, the loss of life, the damage and the nuclear threat. You are a great country and, in time, will recover and be stronger.

    I hope you, your family, and all your friends are safe and well, and I wish you best wishes for the future. My thoughts are with you.

    All best wishes,

    Saul

  • エイドリアン・ランド
    エイドリアン・ランド
    全米道路交通安全保険協会
    会長
    Adrian K. Lund, Ph.D.
    President
    IIHS & HLDI

    Dear Shinzo-san

    The news from Japan has indeed been tragic -- earthquakes, tsunami and threat of nuclear meltdown. In the US, we cannot know what you are going through, but we know it must be scary and painful. I am confident, though, that the Japanese people I have met in my travels will deal with this situation, stressful as it is, with honor and with a concern for each other that will make all Japanese people proud when the situation is resolved.

    I wish you luck and especially that good news begins to outweigh the bad news very soon.

    Sincerely,

    Adrian K. Lund

  • トーマス・フッガー・ジュニア
    アクシデントリサーチ・アンド・バイオメカニクス社
    社長
    Thomas F. Fugger, Jr.
    President/Sr. Engineer
    Accident Research & Biomechanics, Inc.

    Shinzo:

    It is good to hear from you and that you are okay.

    The destructive power of the earthquake and tsunami is enormous but will never exceed the strength of the Japanese people. It will take time, effort and assistance from friends but all of Japan will emerge stronger and wiser from the rubble of the disaster.

    It is my hope that reconstruction efforts in Japan will move rapidly and that you will be able to attend this year's ESV in Washington, D.C. and share more information about the recovery and rebuilding efforts with all of us.

    My thoughts are with you and all of Japan in this difficult time,

    Best regards,

    Thomas F. Fugger, Jr.

  • TK マルホトラ
    インド自動車連盟
    会長
    TK Malhotra
    President
    AAUI and FIAA

    Dear Shinzo,

    Greetings from India

    We at the Automobile Association of Upper India (AAUI) and Federation of Indian Automobile Associations (FIAA) are deeply agrieved to lean about the monster

    earthquake and tsunmi that have brought in thier fold unprecedented devastation and crises to Japan.

    in this situation of worsening crises that have engulfed your country and its people, we earnestly express our whole hearted solidarity, sympathites and pray Almight God to give your nation strengths and courage to withstand and contain the looming threat of the exodus of this alarming nature.

    Please accept and convey our thoughts and feelings to your colleagues and people of your great country.

    Warm regards

    TK Malhotra

  • クラウス・コンパス
    クラウス・コンパス
    BMWグループ
    安全担当副社長
    Klaus Kompass
    Leiter Fahrzeugsicherheit
    Vice President Vehicle Safety
    BMW Group

    Dear friend,

    when I see news about the situation in Japan I react in fright, fear and sorrow. A catastrophe no one could expect or prepare for. I am full of sympathy for the thousands of people who have lost their loved ones, their homes their goods or their entire freedom. One thing I often recognize though and this is one thing that gives me a great respect for the Japanese culture and the Japanese mankind: though everyone is deeply hit by this disaster the people react calmly, they don´t complain, they carry their immeasurable load with unbelievable strength and power. At the extreme it is deeply impressing to see in the daily news that 50 nuclear power experts stay in the Fukushima plant and try to stop the reactor from creating a Maximum Credible Accident, sacrificing their own lives for the sake of the thousands of people they might be able to safe.

    However we are going to come out of this catastrophe: the world looks at Japan with admiration. I wish you all good luck and hope you keep your strength and power for freedom for the world.

    Take care!

    Klaus

  • デビッド・ウォード
    デビッド・ウォード
    エフアイエー・ファウンデーション
    事務総長
    David Ward
    Director General
    FIA Foundation

    Dear Shinzo

    On behalf of the FIA Foundation I want to share our deep sadness and shock at the terrible impact of the earthquake and tsunami that has struck Japan. The loss of life and destruction is heart breaking. The terrible power of nature has once again revealed the fragility of human life. We are all very impressed, however, at the fortitude and strength of the Japanese people at this terribly difficult time. That is why I am sure Japan, through the extraordinary efforts of its people, will overcome this awful disaster.

    I very much hope that you and your family have not been badly affected.

    Best wishes

    David Ward

  • ベラ・ディンザール
    エフアイエー・ファウンデーション
    MAKE ROADS SAFE北米ディレクター
    T. Bella Dinh-Zarr, PhD, MPH
    Road Safety Director, FIA Foundation
    North American Director, MAKE ROADS SAFE
    Campaign for Global Road Safety

    To our Japanese fellow citizens of the world,

    We were all saddened to hear about the loss of life and the missing friends and family resulting from the earthquake and tsunami. We mourn with you and now send you our very best thoughts as you face the danger of a nuclear reactor emergency. Please know that you have friends and colleagues in the United States (even if we have not met) who think of you often during this difficult time. You are a strong and capable people with a generous and good spirit. Our hearts and minds are with you.

    T. Bella Dinh-Zarr

  • アン・ユアン
    国際赤十字赤新月社
    グローバル・ロード・セーフティ・パートナーシップ
    中国部長
    Ann Yuan
    GRSP Country Manager for China
    Regional Delegation for East Asia
    International Federation of
    Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

    Dear Shinzo,

    I was shocked when heard about the most severe earthquake occurred in Japan a couple of days ago - very sad and feel sorry about it.

    However, I believe Japan is able to overcome any kind of difficulties with the efforts of your great people and with the support from the world - please remember: You Are Not Alone!

    Best regards,

    Ann

  • スティーブ・ローソン
    スティーブ・ローソン
    国際道路評価プログラム
    テクニカル・ディレクター
    Dr. Steve Lawson
    Technical Director
    International Road Assessment Programme(iRAP)

    Dear Shinzo

    We have all been following the terrible events in Japan very closely -- from my ageing mother to my youngest daughter.

    Our thoughts are with you and we hold you close.

    Steve

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